Acer palmatum Sango Kaku has green-yellow leaves with red margins in spring. In summer foliage turns light green before turning yellow-gold in Autumn. Sango Kaku are known for their dramatic red bark. The younger the wood the more intense the colour. The colour of the bark brightens in Autumn and intensifies as winter arrives.
Japanese maples are deciduous and therefore drop their leaves in winter.
Acer palmatum Sango Kaku grows well in partial shade or full sun. Japanese maples do not like to be dry or waterlogged, they thrive best when the soil around is kept moist.
The pictures represent the exact tree you would receive and its current size is approximately 120cm tall* with 90cm spread.
*from soil level
Pictures and tree size as of December 2020
Please refer to our how to.. look after a Japanese Maple article to read our tips on when to plant, prune and water your Japanese maple.