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Nature Hills Nursery Japanese Maple - Beni Schichihenge: #1 Container
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Nature Hills Nursery Japanese Maple - Beni Schichihenge: #1 Container

Item# SPM6283525501P | Model# 1ACBS-001G | Added on May 31, 2012 | Source: Sears.com
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The Beni Schichihenge Japanese Maple, Acer p. 'Beni Schichihenge', has a dwarf habit that makes it a delightful accent tree; ideal for smaller gardens and containers. A graceful, upright-growing tree, it reaches just 6 to 8 feet tall and 5 to 6 feet wide in 10 years. Because of its small size, it makes a fine accent for the front garden, patio, or any high-interest garden area. It boasts a spring foliage display as impressive as its fall color! In the spring Beni Schichihenge's new leaves uncurl from crimson stems that keep their color all the way through summer and fall. The dark green base of the leaves is edged in silvery-white and splashed in pink and orange, for an unforgettable spring show. This maple's name means "red and changeful," and 'Beni Schichihenge' certainly lives up to that with every season! To keep this tree fresh and colorful give it full sun in the north, and afternoon or dappled shade farther south. This item ships in 10 to 14 days. There are no pre-orders for live material.
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