Japanese Maple 'Wou Nishiki'
Acer palmatum 'Wou Nishiki'
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Japanese Maple 'Wou Nishiki' Overview
This small tree has deeply cut, seven-lobed, serrated, flame-like leaves which give a lacy effect. The leaves start off apricot-coloured with rust-brown margins in the spring, which turn bronze in the sun or pale green in the shade. In autumn the foliage turns bright shades of red and orange.
How to propagate Japanese Maple 'Wou Nishiki'
By grafting or softwood cuttings.
Other uses of Japanese Maple 'Wou Nishiki'
Grown for its habit and for its foliage.