Friday, September 10, 2010
'Viridis' Japanese Maple is a dwarf, mounded, small tree with a cascading and weeping habit. Also called a Green Threadleaf maple, the leaves are bright green and finely dissected (ribbon-like), turning yellow, orange and red in Fall. Well-drained soil is a must - planting in a raised bed with good drainage (and even slightly sandy soil) is recommended. This tree is particularly stunning when it cascades over the edge of a garden pond.
Mature size: 6'to 10' tall and wide
Light: Full sun to part shade
Cold hardy: Zone 5
Leaf color: Bright green in the summer, yellow, orange and red in the fall.
The ones we have in stock stand about 3' now with beautiful form. $88 plus 20% off!