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The Japanese Maple has got to be one of my favorite all time trees for many reasons. It may be a red glow between downtown walls in autumn, a flash of green in spring, a sculpture to catch the snow in winter. It can provide a soft presence in a small front yard or command attention with wine-dark foliage against a backdrop of summer greens. Japanese maples are at their best in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 6 through 8; a few are hardy as far north as Zone 4b. They do especially well in the moderate conditions of the Pacific Northwest. For colder climates, some types will grow in containers that can be moved to shelter in winter. In hotter areas, trees need consistent water and afternoon shade to thrive

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