Acer palmatum 'Inabashidare'
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Acer palmatum 'Inaba Shidare'

Lace Leaf Japanese Red Maple, Dissected Leaf Japanese Red Maple

One of the most vigorous of the laceleafs, this dense, cascading tree displays large, rich, purple-red leaves that hold their color well through summer. In fall, bright-red foliage glows against the lowering sun, and in winter, the distinctive tree shows off bare branches and a silhouette typical of a red dissectum.(Iseli Nursery)

Large lace leaf maple, very vigorous grower
Red-purple dissected leaves
Rich red color holds throughout the summer
Bright red fall color
Height: 12-15 Feet
Spread: 12-15 Feet
Zone: 5-8
Color: Red Violet

Lace Leaf Japanese Red Maple Characteristics & Attributes

Exposure
Sun
Full sun to part shade
Morning Sun / Afternoon Shade
Part Shade
Part Sun
Soil Moisture Needs
Moist
Good Drainage
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Early Spring
Growth Rate
Medium
Fast
Attributes
Rock Garden
Border
Accent Plant
Stream Edge
Pond Edge
Specimen Planting
Wildflower Garden
Season of Interest (Foliage)
Fall
Winter
Early Spring
Homeowner Growing & Maintenance Tips for Lace Leaf Japanese Red Maple

Prune as needed to keep overall shape of tree. Pruning is best done in mid-winter when branch structure is fully visible and to prevent excessive bleeding that can occur with spring pruning.

Interesting Notes

Acer palmatum ‘Inaba Shidare’ is the most vigorous of the cascading lace leaf maples. This small patio tree will provide an excellent focal point for a small yard or large garden.

Garden Location
Iseli Nursery, Boring Oregon