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The bloodgood japanese maple is an award winning large shrub or small rounded tree. During the spring time, it produces stunning small purple flowers with a wine red burgandy leaf that holds up till the end of the summer. 

Japanese maple bloodgood

  • Light: Partial shade is ideal for the bloodgood maple tree. In hotter climates, more shade is better for the tree to prevent any scorched leaves. 

    Soil: Well drained soil that is slightly acidic with a pH of 5.0 to 7.0 is recommended. To help retain moisture in the soil, add layers of mulch on top. 

    Water: First year of planting, water the tree 2-3 times a week. Once the tree has been established, water only when the weather has been hot or dry for an etended period of time. 

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