Picture of mature sango kaku
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Image by Mark Bolin Snow covers the landscape, the sky above stark, with naked trees gray and bleak. When winter is here and it seems that all the color has been drained from the earth, it can get pretty depressing for a gardener. When you look again, however, the red tree still sticks out brightly from the snowy backdrop. Read on for some coral bark tree information. In spring, its seven-lobed, simple palmate leaves open in a bright lime green or chartreuse color.
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Acer palmatum Sango Kaku | Buy Coral Bark Japanese Maple Trees
My tree is about 8 feet tall and was transplanted from a 7 gallon container to the ground about 4 years ago. It survived temperatures last winter which were sub minus 10 degrees. The sango kaku lost none. I just planted another one. There is nothing comparable for fall color and winter interest in a compact deciduous tree in this zone. I got it as a seedling. I love it.
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Coral Bark Japanese Maple 'Sango kaku'
I hope someone can help me decide whether to fiddle with my 'Sango Kaku. I've searched long and hard online for a picture of a nice, mature specimen, which would be a help in knowing what to do with this young tree. It's been in the ground a single season after coming here in a 24 inch box. It had been pruned into a rounded shape, for some reason, maybe as preparation for lifelong confinement in a pot.
It may have multiple trunks joining close to the ground. In habit , its canopy often takes on a dome -like form, especially when mature. The flowers are produced in small cymes , the individual flowers with five red or purple sepals and five whitish petals. The seeds of Acer palmatum and similar species require stratification in order to germinate. Overall form of the tree can vary from upright to weeping.