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Adrian's Compact  - Dwarf maple
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125 Dwarf Japanese Maples For Sale Online in a Variety of Colors Styles - Perfect for Any Garden

Dwarf Japanese Maples are perfect for anyone who loves the colors and beauty of Japanese maple trees, but are limited in garden space. A dwarf Japanese maple is a slow growing tree which is compact in size, usually not getting any bigger than 5 feet high. There are many colors and variations to choose from which makes them a great addition to any garden area.

Dwarf Japanese maples are a nice choice for containers because of their slow growth habits and relatively small overall stature. Most types of dwarf Japanese maple trees need sun or partial sun. Their colors change throughout the passing of the seasons (especially leading into fall), depending on the climate in that geographical area. If you need assistance with finding a color combination for your home, please don't hesitate to contact us for help.

Most gardens would be a great home for a dwarf Japanese maple, as long as they are well drained. If the soil is saturated, it can damage the roots. This doesn't mean to let the tree itself dry out, though. During the first 3 years of life, Japanese maples need a good supply of water in order to grow and mature. Too much water or lack of water is one of the top reasons for a young tree to die.

Dwarf Japanese maples are wonderful trees to plant in containers, down walkways, and in gardens, as long as they are able to get sunlight. They're great for adding color to a landscape and will grow in most areas. Contact us today if you have any questions about Dwarf Japanese maples.