Japanese Maple 'Beni Shidare'
Acer palmatum 'Beni Shidare'
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Japanese Maple 'Beni Shidare' Overview
Acer palmatum 'Beni Shidare' has a weeping form, with deeply incised leaves with long lobes, giving a spidery appearance. Foliage starts deep burgundy and turns bronze, then dark green in the summer before turning a bright red in the autumn. The name means 'red cascading'.
How to propagate Japanese Maple 'Beni Shidare'
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 Shidare'
Grown for its weeping habit and foliage interest.