How big does a Inaba Shidare get?


How big does a Inaba Shidare get?

‘Inaba-shidare’ is a dissected cultivar that typically grows in an upright, rounded but cascading form to 4-6′ tall over the first ten years, eventually maturing to 10′ tall and to 12′ or more wide.

How fast does Inaba Shidare maple grow?

Inaba-shidare is a vigorously growing shrub that can reach its full height and width within ten to 15 years. This fast rate of growth will help it establish itself in your landscape design much faster than many similar varieties, and it will then bring you years of absolute visual delight.

How tall does Inaba Shidare grow?

8 to 10 feet tall
This tree has an upright growth habit and will grow 8 to 10 feet tall. The spreading branches will reach 10 to 12 feet wide.

How do you care for Inaba Shidare Japanese maple?

Keeping your soil moist, but not wet will also help protect your Inaba Shidare from summer heat and sun. Plan for a mature height of 6 to 10 feet and spread of 8 to 15. This variety is great for containers and tends to stay smaller in a container.

What does Inaba Shidare mean?

Name: Shidare means “cascading” Acer Palmatum – ‘Inaba Shidare’ J.D. Vertrees, the aristocrat Japanese maples calls ‘Inaba Shidare’ an “outstanding” dissectum that differs from others in its leaf shape and deep color.

How do you prune Inaba Shidare Japanese maple?

Prune Inaba-shidare Japanese maple trees if you wish to maintain height, as pruning isn’t really necessary. However, prune any damaged, broken or diseased branches any time and remove smaller branches crowding (touching or crossing) the center of the tree during the dormant season.

Which Japanese maple grows fastest?

Tamuke-yama is the fastest growing of the cascading forms. It is also the most heat resistant and so the ideal choice for hotter, humid areas. The leaves are reliably purple-red all summer, turning crimson in fall.

How do I keep my Japanese Acer small?

How to prune Japanese Maple trees

  1. Pruning out crossing branches of Acer palmatum dissectum.
  2. 1) Remove dead, diseased and damaged branches.
  3. 2) Remove lower limbs.
  4. 3) Separate layers.
  5. 4) Thin evenly and carefully.
  6. 1) Remove dead, diseased and damaged branches.
  7. 2) Remove dragging branches.
  8. 3) Prune unsightly branches.

What is the smallest Acer palmatum?

Beni Hoshi A compact dwarf Acer palmatum tree with an upright form, perfect for growing in containers. Small red leaves in spring are very cute, then turn to yellow & orange in fall. The Japanese name means “red star.” Prefers sun/partial shade in well-drained soil. Reaches roughly 8′ X 6′ in size.

Which is the most beautiful Acer?

Discover 10 gorgeous acers to grow, below.

  • Acer palmatum.
  • Acer palmatum ‘Bloodgood’
  • Acer palmatum var. dissectum ‘Seiryu’
  • Acer palmatum ‘Kagiri-nishiki’
  • Acer rubrum ‘Northwood’
  • Acer henryi.
  • Acer palmatum var. dissectum Dissectum Atropurpureum Group.
  • Acer palmatum ‘Beni-otake’

Do acers like lots of water?

Water your Acer sufficiently—in a pot it will need watering most days during the spring, summer and autumn. If you allow it to dry out, the leaves will dry out and not recover. Lack of water will also cause die back of the branches, so it’s worth asking a friend to water your Acers if you are going away.

Where’s the best place to plant an Acer?

Plant acers in a sheltered spot where the foliage is protected from the strongest midday sun and cold or drying winds that may damage the leaves. Young foliage can be susceptible to late frosts.