Archive for 14/01/2020

Acer palmatum ‘Bloodgood’Acer palmatum ‘Bloodgood’ is a popular Japanese Maple noted for its very deep reddish-purple foliage. The leaves have 5-7 slender-pointed lobes, and hold their colour well during the autumn – usually turning an attractive red colour. Small purple flowers appear shortly after the leaves fully emerge in the spring, and are followed by…

via ACER PALMATUM ‘BLOODGOOD’ — The Garden of Eaden

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