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Acer palmatum var. dissectum 'Crimson Queen'
Crimson Laceleaf Japanese Maple

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CULTURAL CONDITIONS

Plant Min Zone: 5b

Plant Max Zone: 9a

Sunlight: Part Sun, Shade

Water / Rainfall: Average, High

Soil Quality: Rich

FLOWERS AND FOLIAGE

Bloom Season: Spring

Flower Color: Red

Berry / Fruit Color: None

Spring Foliage Color: Reddish Green

Summer Foliage Color: Green

Fall Foliage Color: Red

Evergreen Foliage: No

Winter Interest: Yes

Scented Flowers: No

PLANT TOLERANCES

Drought Tolerance: Low

Wet-Feet Tolerance: Low

Humidity Tolerance: Medium

Wind Tolerance: Low

Poor Soil Tolerance: No Extreme Soils

GROWTH AND MAINTENANCE

Height: 3' - 5'

Width: 4' - 7'

Growth Rate: Extremely Slow

Service Life: Very Long: 10-20 years

Maintenance Need: Medium

Spreading Potential: Extremely Low

Yearly Trimming Tips: Slow Growing Shrub: No Trimming Needed for Many Years.

PLANT USES AND LIMITATIONS

Plant Grouping Size: Specimen Planting of 1-3

Best Side of House: East Exposure, North Exposure

Extreme Planting Locations: None

Ornamental Features: Multiple Seasons of Interest, Long Lasting Fall Color, Exceptional / Colorful Foliage

Special Landscape Uses: None

Possible Pest Problems: Occasional Problems

Plant Limitations: Needs Regular Irrigation, Slow to Reach Mature Size

Description

Crimson Laceleaf Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum var. dissectum 'Crimson Queen') is typically a much smaller, rounded, slow-growing shrubby form with deeply cut feathery leaves often with cascading branching. 'Crimson Queen' is a maroon red leaf variety. Used in Kansas landscapes as a specimen plant often near a waterfall or focal point. Needs full to part shade with rich, moist soils. Even with ideal growing conditions, growth is slow. Avoid afternoon sun in the heat of summer as leaf tips will burn. I have seen tremendous late spring freeze damage on rare occasions.

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