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Acer Palmatum Osakazuki Tree

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Japanese Maple Tree

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The Acer Palmatum Osakazuki Tree offers wonderful seasonal interest. The stunning silhouette of this Japanese Maple is highlighted in autumn when the seven lobed leaves turn a fiery red. In spring, the green foliage contrasts beautifully with red flowers, whilst in summer the leaves are accompanied by red fruits.

  • Common Name: Japanese Maple Tree
  • Best Features: Red flowers, autumn colour, red fruit, RHS AGM
  • Position: Shade, moist-normal soil, sheltered
  • Height and Spread in 20 years: 4 x 3m
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This Japanese Maple Tree makes the ideal small garden tree or larger garden shrub, reaching a final height and spread of 4 x 3m n 20 years. For best results, avoid full sun and keep your Acer Palmatum Osakazuki Tree sheltered.

 

 

 

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Pot grown and cell grown plants are available year round and make a great option when planting a hedge. Pots come in various sizes, as do the plants grown in them, and can be planted when convenient for you. These plants will be happy in their pots, given enough water, until you’re ready to plant. Cell Grown plants are usually small, 10-30cm and a great step between Pots and Bare Roots.

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Bare root hedging plants are extremely popular. They are delivered and should be planted during the dormant season (usually November to April) and can be pre ordered from mid-summer. We recommend pre-ordering where possible to reserve your plants but take new orders right the way through the season. Bare roots are a cost effective way of planting a new hedge.

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Root balls are generally available from October through to April/May, though some species are available year round. The plants are field grown and then lifted with a ‘ball’ of soil around the roots that is secured with hessian and sometimes wire. Root balls are often very impressive plants that can be pre ordered from mid-summer.

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Instant hedging provides immediate impact to any project. These hedge units are grown in troughs or strong bags where they are shaped and pruned over many years to create a hedging panel that is already knitted together, producing an impressive instant hedge. Instant hedging is available to plant year round.

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Here you will see all of the hedging plants that we provide in this species under one tab. From small cell grown plants to large root balls it’s all here! To narrow down the list or view the root types individually please use the other tabs.

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Acer Palmatum Osakazuki Tree

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When taking the order I was told a different delivery time, which got changed twice and is almost 2 weeks delayed, although they kept informing me, they should have told me before taking the order, now I have to pay a gardener for coming twice for planting
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On 28-Oct-2014 the supplier responded:
Service rating :Thank you for taking the time to provide us with your feedback and photographs. It really does help in identifying areas where we can make improvements. After taking a look at your previous correspondence with my colleague Katy, I can see that it is not possible to deliver your Cypress and Weigela any sooner than week commencing 3rd November as the stock is coming from Italy and they will not be in the country before that date.

With regards to your Pear tree and Japanese Maple, they are deciduous trees which are preparing for the Winter months, in a couple of weeks both of your trees will have lost all of their leaves.

The 'fungus' you mention on your Pear tree is not fungus and the black colouring you can see is the foliage preparing for the Winter months.

Both of your trees will regenerate new foliage in the spring time. If however, you do experience any problems with your plants in the coming months then please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team on enquiries@best4hedging.co.uk.

Sophie Mallinson - Best4Hedging Sales & Service Team