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Acer palmatum 'Kamagata'
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Acer palmatum 'Kamagata'

Kamagata Japanese Maple

This small, bushy Japanese Maple produces a dense array of branches and finely textured foliage, qualities that make it ideal for courtyard plantings, containers and bonsai. Small, green spring leaves are decorated with red margins; summer leaves are light green; fall changes them again to yellow–orange with an occasional touch of red.(Iseli Nursery)

Small bushy tree
Light green leaves edged in red in Spring
Yellow-Orange Fall color
Dwarf maple
Height: 10-12 Feet
Spread: 10-12 Feet
Zone: 5-9
Color: Green

Kamagata Japanese Maple Characteristics & Attributes

Exposure
Morning Sun / Afternoon Shade
Full sun to part shade
Part Sun
Part Shade
Soil Moisture Needs
Good Drainage
Moist
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Early Spring
Growth Rate
Medium
Attributes
Perennial Border
Wildflower Garden
Specimen Planting
Rock Garden
Accent Plant
Stream Edge
Container
Season of Interest (Foliage)
Early Spring
Fall
Homeowner Growing & Maintenance Tips for Kamagata Japanese 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 ‘Kamagata’ is great for a small garden or perennial border. A hardy, durable dwarf, its upright growth habit allows for easy underplanting. Beautiful Spring and Fall colors make this small tree an excellent addition to any garden.

Garden Location
Iseli Nursery, Boring Oregon