Japanese Maples available at Humble Hen Farm

Japanese Maples

Many people believe that Japanese maples belong only in the shade but that is not entirely true. Some varieties such as variegated or lighter colored japanese maples do require shade. However those varieties with bright red or dark green foliage thrive in the sun and get more colorful and vibrant with the more sunlight they receive. In this video Stefanie walks us through which varieties we carry, expected heights and lighting conditions each variety prefers.

Varieties Available include

Osskazuki – 15-25’ tall. Likes light shade or full sun.

Shin Deshojo – 8’ tall. Partial shade to full sun

Oregon Sunset – 4’ tall. Full sun to partial shade.

Emporer 1 – 10’ tall. Full sun to partial shade.

Tamukeyama – 10’ tall. Full sun to partial shade.

Palmatifidum – 10’ tall. Full sun to partial shade.

Blood Good – 20’ tall. Full sun.

Shaina – 8’ tall. Partial shade to full sun.

Katsura – 12’ tall. Full sun.

Fireglow – 8’ tall. Full sun to partial shade.

Flavescens – 5’ tall. Full sun but can handle shade.

Skeeters – 5’ tall. Full sun to partial shade.

Red Dragon – 8’ tall. Full sun to partial shade.

Asahi Zura – 15’ tall. Variegated and prefers to be in the shade.

Crimson Princess – 10’ tall. Full sun or partial shade.

Seiryu – 10’ tall. Full sun or partial shade.

Little Princess – 5’ tall. Full sun.

Sango Kaku – 25’ tall. Full sun.

By | 2018-05-31T11:18:08+00:00 May 20th, 2018|blog|3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. sandra bowers May 23, 2018 at 6:05 pm - Reply

    How much r the maples?

  2. sandra bowers May 30, 2018 at 12:34 pm - Reply

    T any of the maples weeping?

  3. Jason Sarine May 31, 2018 at 11:04 am - Reply

    Hi Sandra. Smaller sized maples are $29.97 and larger ones are $59.97

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