Information about Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Viridis

Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Viridis', also known as Japanese Maple, is a popular cultivar of Acer palmatum, a deciduous tree native to Japan, Korea, and China. 'Dissectum Viridis' is known for its striking foliage, which is deeply lobed and dissected, giving it a delicate, lacy appearance.

The leaves of 'Dissectum Viridis' emerge in the spring with a bright green color, turning darker as they mature. In the fall, the leaves turn a vibrant shade of red, adding a stunning display of color to any garden.

This cultivar typically grows to a height of 6-8 feet with a similar spread, making it a great choice for smaller gardens, patios, or as a container plant. 'Dissectum Viridis' prefers a partially shaded location and well-draining, moist soil.

With proper care, Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Viridis' can live for many years and provide a beautiful focal point in any landscape.