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Sango kaku Grafted
Sango kaku (Coral Bark Maple)

Name means 'coral tower' and refers to the bright coral color of the new bark. At times the color seems to glow. A popular choice for this bark effect.

Leaf color is green with a striking reddish tinge to the edges of new leaves. Yellow-gold colors appear in fall with some apricot-red and light red tones.

Reaches 25 feet tall and 18-20 feet wide on maturity.  Great in the landscape as you get seasonal leaf color changes and a bright winter show from the bark. This is a different cultivar than Corallinum. Plants are TALL 40-54" tall.

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