Japanese Maple 'Yasemin'
Acer palmatum (Matsumurae Group) 'Yasemin'
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Japanese Maple 'Yasemin' Overview
Acer palmatum 'Yasemin' is vigorous small tree has an elegant, open-branched, upward curving habit and it thought to be a cross between A. palmatum and A. shirasawanum. It has large deeply incised leaves which are slightly dissected. Foliage starts off bronze in the spring, turns olive green in the summer and finally burgundy to red in the autumn
How to propagate Japanese Maple 'Yasemin'
Species are propagated by seed.
By grafting or simple layering in late winter or early spring.
By budding in summer.
Other uses of Japanese Maple 'Yasemin'
Grown for its habit and for its foliage interest.