Japanese Maple 'Beni-schichi-henge'
Acer palmatum (Palmatum Group) 'Beni-schichi-henge'
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Japanese Maple 'Beni-schichi-henge' Overview
This Japanese Maple has striking variegation with white-edged, blue-green leaves in summer, with splashes of pink and orange, turning more orange and golden yellow in the autumn. The leaves are palmate, deeply divided and irregularly serrate. The name means 'red and changeful'.
How to propagate Japanese Maple 'Beni-schichi-henge'
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 'Beni-schichi-henge'
Grown for foliage interest and habit. Specimen.