Japanese maple is known for its aesthetically pleasing, narrow form and leaves. This particular variety has a leaf that turns a bright red crimson colour in the fall time giving it a spectacular effect in the garden. Generally a small tree, it doesn't grow very fast or require a lot of space.
Germination: Soak in hot water, let stand for 24 hours. Warm stratify for 120 days and cold stratify for 120 days then plant 2-3cm deep in moist soil.
Packet contains at least 25 seeds.