Acer 'Garnet' is one of the many varieties of Japanese Maple. Garnet has beautiful red leaves that you can beautifully dress up your garden with. This award-winning Japanese Maple is known for its large, deeply incised leaves and for its sculptural shape. Their branches add a beautiful oriental touch to any garden. Toward spring, the Acer gets bright red leaves and then fades to a rich dark red color. This alternation of colors makes it a special plant to see and a beautiful addition to your garden.
The Garnet is a quiet grower, so it remains a compact little tree. Because of this, you can also grow this little tree in a pot or smaller garden. Acers are quiet growers, so they remain compact trees. This allows you to grow this tree even in a pot or smaller garden. Japanese Maples are best planted from March to early October. During this period, the soil is warmer and the plants can take root well. Japanese Maples are strong plants but in a windy location the leaves can be damaged. Therefore, put Acers in a sheltered place. The plants prefer a spot in semi-shade, preferably not too much direct sunlight. Too much direct sunlight can cause the roots to dry out which can lead to leaf loss and can burn the leaves. Japanese Maples are not evergreen, meaning they lose their leaves in winter. However, the plants are very hardy and will sprout again with beautiful new leaves starting in March.
The plants have a height of 60 to 70 cm on delivery (measured incl. pot). The plants are delivered in pots with a diameter of 19cm.