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Tennuifolium is a beautiful subspecies of Acer shirasawanum. In spring Tennuifolium has papery thin leaves which emerge a bright green and turn to a slightly deeper shade in summer. In fall the leaves become bright orange and red. Tennuifolium is easy to grow, has excellent cold tolerance, but like many maples it needs protection from hot sun. In the landscape. Tennuifolium becomes a small tree to about 10'. It is wonderful for containers and small gardens, frequently it is used for bonsai. cold hardy to -10F
Japanese Maple Tree Varieties
Wilson’s Pink Dwarf
Acer palmatum Wilson's Pink Dwarf gets its name from the small pinkish orange leaves that emerge in the spring on multiple-branching shoots. The color holds for a month or more, gradually changing to lime green in summer. Summer greens change to yellows and oranges in the fall. This great dwarf palmatum is a showstopper in the spring! This variety is a strong grower and fairly hardy, although it may struggle in overly shady, damp areas. Willson's Pink Dwarf will grow about 6 feet tall by 5 feet wide in 10 years. Sun/part shade is best for this variety. Zones 5-9.