Shirazz Japanese Maple

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Acer Palmatum Shirazz
The Shirazz Japanese Maple is a small deciduous tree known for its unique and captivating foliage. It typically grows to a height of 6 to 8 feet and has a compact, weeping growth habit. The leaves of the Shirazz Japanese Maple are deeply lobed and palmate in shape, with serrated edges. The most remarkable feature of this tree is its changing leaf colors throughout the seasons: Spring: New leaves emerge in shades of pink, cream, and green, with pink tones more noticeable in cooler weather. Summer: Foliage turns variegated with green, white, and pink hues. Fall: Leaves transform into stunning shades of deep red, burgundy, and purple. This tree thrives in partial shade and prefers well-draining, slightly acidic soil. Regular watering and minimal pruning are recommended for its care. The Shirazz Japanese Maple is an ideal choice for small gardens, containers, or as a focal point in landscapes due to its elegant form and eye-catching foliage.

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    Product Details
    Botanical Name Acer Palmatum Shirazz
    Common Name Shirazz Japanese Maple
    Family Aceraceae
    Foliage Type Deciduous
    Mature Height 10 - 15 ft.
    Mature Width 8-10 ft.
    Preferred Zones Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8
    Bloom Time Non Flowering
    Bloom Type Non-Flowering
    Preferred Soil Type Widely Adaptable
    Sun Exposure Full / Part Sun
    Growth Rate Slow - Medium
    Drought Tolerance Medium
    Deer Resistance Medium
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