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James H. Schutte

(Dissected Japanese Maple, Garnet Dissected Japanese Maple)

The lovely dissected Japanese maple is a small deciduous tree that originates from eastern Asia. The cultivar 'Garnet' features lacy, deeply lobed, palmate (hand-shaped) leaves which are deep wine-red from spring through summer and turn fiery red tones in fall. In winter, its stark gray branches and elegant, cascading habit will add appeal to any garden or landscape.

This maple prefers sites with fertile, well-drained soil and part sun to part shade. It is versatile in the landscape and may be...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Cutleaf Japanese Maple, Dissected Japanese Maple, Goshiki-shidare Maple, Threadleaf Japanese Maple)

Fine, lacy foliage, that’s the first thing that should come to mind when thinking about dissected Japanese maple.

Asian in origin, this deciduous tree tends to have a smaller stature than other Japanese maples and sports arching branches that give it a broad, mounded appearance. There is a lot of variation in leaf color and sometimes shape, depending on the cultivar, but overall leaves may be yellow-green or green to purple-red turning shades of purple, red, orange and yellow in the fall.

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Maureen Gilmer

(Dissected Japanese Maple, Green Lace Dissected Japanese Maple)

A small multi-stemmed deciduous tree native to eastern Asia, the beautiful and ubiquitous Japanese maple is a garden staple. The deeply dissected leaves and elegant arching habit of the cultivar 'Green Lace' make it a year-round standout in the landscape. The bright green leaves turn bright golden-yellow in fall. Inconspicuous purplish flowers in spring give rise to green, red-tinged, winged fruits. In winter, the green branches and low, mounded, fountaining habit of a mature specimen will add to...

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James Burghardt

(Dissected Japanese Maple, Inaba-shidare Dissected Japanese Maple)

The colorful, lacy foliage of Inaba-shidare dissected Japanese maple can't be beat. Asian in origin, this deciduous tree has a smaller stature than other Japanese maples and sports an upright to mounded habit. Its fine leaves are distinctly dark purple-red throughout the growing season and turn brilliant red fall.

This adaptable tree prefers sites with rich, well drained soil and part sun to part shade. It may self sow in the garden, but this should not dissuade anyone from growing it. A versatile...

(Dissected Japanese Maple, Lionheart Dissected Japanese Maple)

A small multi-stemmed deciduous tree native to eastern Asia, the beautiful and ubiquitous Japanese maple is a garden staple. Bearing the deeply and narrowly lobed leaves characteristic of the Dissectum Group of Japanese maples, 'Lionheart' differs from most other Dissectums in its relatively upright habit, especially when young. The lacy red-purple leaves, elegant spreading habit, and deep red bark of this cultivar make it a year-round standout in the landscape. The leaves mature to bronze before...

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James Burghardt

(Dissected Japanese Maple, Orangeola Dissected Japanese Maple)

The unusually bright, colorful foliage of 'Orangeola' set it apart from other dissected Japanese maples. Asian in origin, this small, deciduous tree sports arching branches that give it a broad, mounded appearance. Leaf color is orange-red in spring, turns dark green to burgundy-red in summer and then reverts back to bright orange-red in the fall.

This adaptable tree prefers sites with rich, well-drained soil and part sun to shade. Some self-sow with efficacy, but this should not dissuade anyone...

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Jesse Saylor

(Dissected Japanese Maple)

Fine, lacy foliage, that’s the first thing that should come to mind when thinking about dissected Japanese maple.

Asian in origin, this deciduous tree tends to have a smaller stature than other Japanese maples and sports arching branches that give it a broad, mounded appearance. There is a lot of variation in leaf color and sometimes shape, depending on the cultivar, but overall leaves may be yellow-green or green to purple-red turning shades of purple, red, orange and yellow in the fall.

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James H. Schutte

(Dissected Japanese Maple, Red Dragon Dissected Japanese Maple)

A small multi-stemmed deciduous tree native to eastern Asia, the beautiful and ubiquitous Japanese maple is a garden staple. The finely dissected, rich red-purple leaves and compact weeping habit of the cultivar 'Red Dragon' make it a year-round standout in the landscape. The leaves – which are deeper in hue than those of most other red-leaved Japanese maples – hold their color until fall, when they turn brilliant red. Inconspicuous purplish flowers in spring give rise to green, red-tinged, winged...

Image of Acer palmatum var. dissectum

James H. Schutte

(Dissected Japanese Maple)

Fine, lacy foliage, that’s the first thing that should come to mind when thinking about dissected Japanese maple.

Asian in origin, this deciduous tree tends to have a smaller stature than other Japanese maples and sports arching branches that give it a broad, mounded appearance. There is a lot of variation in leaf color and sometimes shape, depending on the cultivar, but overall leaves may be yellow-green or green to purple-red turning shades of purple, red, orange and yellow in the fall.

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Dissected Japanese Maple, Seiryu Dissected Japanese Maple)

A small multi-stemmed deciduous tree native to eastern Asia, the beautiful and ubiquitous Japanese maple is a garden staple. Bearing the deeply and narrowly lobed leaves characteristic of the Dissectum Group of Japanese maples, 'Seiryu' differs from most other Dissectums in its upright habit. The lacy light green leaves, elegant ascending branches, and smooth gray bark of this cultivar make it a year-round standout in the landscape. The leaves turn all manner of brilliant colors in fall. Inconspicuous...