Acer Palmatum Japanese Maple 'Taylor' - Japanese Maple hardy - "Limited edition"
|Height (incl. pot)||± 50 cm|
|Pot size||19 cm|
Acer palmatum 'Taylor' is a rare 'limited edition' Japanese maple! This beautiful little Acer tree is great for pots and containers on a terrace or balcony. When the leaves first appear in spring, they have a striking salmon-pink colour. As the leaves age, they will gradually turn green with a creamy white margin. In autumn, the leaves turn a striking lime-green colour, as the last hint of colour before losing their leaves. The Acer 'Taylor', gives you something to look forward to all year round! When given enough space, the Acer Taylor can grow up to 2 metres tall.
Japanese Maples are best planted from March to early October. During this period the soil is warm and the plants can root well. In a planter, this plant does not require special potting soil. Japanese Maples are strong plants but in a windy location, the leaves can be damaged. Therefore, place the Acer in a sheltered spot. The plant prefers a spot in semi-shade, preferably not too much direct sunlight. Too much direct sunlight can dry out the roots, leading to leaf loss and burning.
A Japanese Maple is not evergreen, meaning it loses its leaves in winter. However, the plant is very hardy and will sprout again from March with beautiful new leaves.
Upon delivery, the plant has a height of 50 to 60cm (measured pot included). The plant is delivered in a pot with a diameter of 19cm.
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