Weeping Japanese Maple Trees

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Weeping Japanese maple trees are more properly named Acer palmatum dissectum for the green leaf forms and Acer palmatum dissectum atropurpureum for the red leaf forms.

"Dissectum" refers to the dissected or cutleaf (cut-leaf) style of these distinctive and eye-catching trees. "Atropurpureum: refers to the red/purple-leaf coloring.

Depending on the height of the original graft of the weeping Japanese maple tree on the rootstock you can expect your weeping Japanese maple tree to grow to about 4-6 feet tall and wide. The habit of these trees is to hang its branches rather like a weeping willow tree and forms a rounded mound or bush-like shape.

Below are some pictures and links to some of the most popular weeping Japanese maple trees:

Weeping Japanese Maple Tree Waterfall

Weeping Japanese Maple Tree: "Waterfall"

(green leaf dissectum)

Weeping Japanese Maple Tree Lemon Lime Lace

Weeping Japanese Maple Tree: "Lemon Lime Lace"

(green leaf dissectum)

Weeping Japanese Maple Tree Seiryu

Weeping Japanese Maple Tree: "Seiryu"

(green leaf dissectum)

Weeping Japanese Maple Tree Viridis

Weeping Japanese Maple Tree:  "Viridis"

(green leaf dissectum)

Weeping Japanese Maple Tree Crimson Queen

Weeping Japanese Maple Tree: "Crimson Queen"

(red leaf dissectum)

Weeping Japanese Maple Tree Red Dragon

Weeping Japanese Maple Tree: "Red Dragon"

(red leaf dissectum)

Weeping Japanese Maple Tree Orangeola
Weeping Japanese Maple Tree Tamuke yama
Weeping Japanese Maple Tree Baldsmith
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Japanese Maple Trees

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Red Japanese maple trees

Green Japanese maple trees

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