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  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.
  • Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.

Description

Large green leaves are deeply divided, hence the occasionally used name "fern leaf."  Spring leaves are pubescent and typically emerge with a profusion of red to burgundy flowers.  Fall color is possibly the most spectacular of all maples, hence the name "dancing peacock."  Fall colors are brilliant crimson to orange.

 

 

USDA Hardiness Map

Plant Form

Acer japonicum 'Aconitifolium' ('Maiku jaku') _ Japanese Maple _

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Latin Name:
Acer japonicum 'Aconitifolium'
Common name:
Dancing peacock or Aconitifolium Full moon Maple
Sun Exposure:
Sun/Part Shade
ANNUAL GROWTH:
12-18"
HxW@10 Years:
7'x6'
COLOR:
green
LEAF TYPE:
Laceleaf
GROWTH RATE:
Large
Hardiness Zone:
Zones 5-9

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