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  • The rich, purple-red leaves of this laceleaf Japanese maple boast a deeper color than other reds and retain it throughout summer without going bronze. In fall, the leaves turn crimson to match the striking red leaf stalks. The very large leaves, less finely dissected than others, have a sturdier look. Also known as ‘Inabe shidare.’  Dissectum.
  • The rich, purple-red leaves of this laceleaf Japanese maple boast a deeper color than other reds and retain it throughout summer without going bronze. In fall, the leaves turn crimson to match the striking red leaf stalks. The very large leaves, less finely dissected than others, have a sturdier look. Also known as ‘Inabe shidare.’  Dissectum.
  • The rich, purple-red leaves of this laceleaf Japanese maple boast a deeper color than other reds and retain it throughout summer without going bronze. In fall, the leaves turn crimson to match the striking red leaf stalks. The very large leaves, less finely dissected than others, have a sturdier look. Also known as ‘Inabe shidare.’  Dissectum.
  • The rich, purple-red leaves of this laceleaf Japanese maple boast a deeper color than other reds and retain it throughout summer without going bronze. In fall, the leaves turn crimson to match the striking red leaf stalks. The very large leaves, less finely dissected than others, have a sturdier look. Also known as ‘Inabe shidare.’  Dissectum.
  • The rich, purple-red leaves of this laceleaf Japanese maple boast a deeper color than other reds and retain it throughout summer without going bronze. In fall, the leaves turn crimson to match the striking red leaf stalks. The very large leaves, less finely dissected than others, have a sturdier look. Also known as ‘Inabe shidare.’  Dissectum.
  • The rich, purple-red leaves of this laceleaf Japanese maple boast a deeper color than other reds and retain it throughout summer without going bronze. In fall, the leaves turn crimson to match the striking red leaf stalks. The very large leaves, less finely dissected than others, have a sturdier look. Also known as ‘Inabe shidare.’  Dissectum.

Description

The rich, purple-red leaves of this laceleaf Japanese maple boast a deeper color than other reds and retain it throughout summer without going bronze. In fall, the leaves turn crimson to match the striking red leaf stalks. The very large leaves, less finely dissected than others, have a sturdier look. Also known as ‘Inabe shidare.’  Dissectum.

Acer palmatum 'Inaba shidare' Specimen 1399

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$2,400.00
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Container Size:
#95
Dimensions:
6.5x10.5
age:
15-20 years

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