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The japanese maple viridis is a type of dwarf tree, often multi stemmed spreading low with strong cascading branches that form a dome like shape. The lace like leaves are bright green during the spring till summer, while in the fall time the leaves turn golden yellow. These variety of japanese maples can grow up to 6-10 ft tall and wide. 

Japanese maple viridis

  • Light: Viridis is best placed in area with a good amount of filtered sun or partial shade. They can also tolerate full shade if that is the only option. 

    Soil: Well drained, organically rich soil is ideal. Avoid soil with high alkaline, they thrive in slightly acidic soil.

    Water: Water your japanese maple whenever the soil dries out. An easy way to regulate moisture levels is to mulch it. Newly planted trees need water every 2-3 days for the first month. After that, water once a week.

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