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The tamukeyama is a dwarf deciduous shrub or small tree with cascading branches that form a dome like structure. This beautiful japanese maple tree makes a wonderful plant to place right onto your patio.

Japanese maple tamukeyama

  • Light: Tamukeyama is best placed in a area that receives morning sun and afternoon shade. Partial shade is an ideal spot to grow most japanese maples.

    Soil: Well drained soil with rich organic matter. 

    Water: Just like all maples, the tamukeyama has shallow roots so it may dry out quickly. Therefore, mulch is highly recommended in order to maintain moisture within the soil. During normal weathers, water twice a week. If weather becomes extremely hot, watering 3 or 4 times might be needed weekly. 

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