This unusual green Japanese maple has an incredibly pendulous habit, with slender, weeping shoots growing as much as six feet a year! Trained to a desired height, the selection cascades much more intensely than ‘Jiro shidare,’ which used to be considered the most remarkable weeping broadleaf. Palm-shaped spring leaves emerge yellow-green, change to dark green during summer, and end with orange to red in fall. Explore our wide variety of Weeping Japanese Maples, to pair with Ryu sei Japanese Maple.
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