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Crimson Queen:

Started by Steve, April 08, 2011, 06:14:49 pm

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I'm wondering if a 'Crimson Queen' Japanese Maple can take filtered afternoon west sun in Texas? Also, how tall and wide do they get when mature and are they slow growers?



I just planted one here in North Georgia. Just about all the nurseries here have them.  I have heard they do better with some shade. Crimson queen is considered a dwarf variety so they only get upto 8-10 feet high and about 6 feet around. very slow growers. You can prune off the upward reaching branches and keep them even lower.

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