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How Big Will My Japanese Maple Get?

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A Japanese maple typically reaches a maximum height of approximately fifteen metres, which is about fifty feet. This tree often grows as an understory plant in woodlands which have other varieties of tall, shady trees.

One of the main characteristics of a Japanese maple tree is that it has several trunks that join when they are close to the ground. When the tree is younger and in its natural habitat, it is usually in the shape of an upside-down pyramid. When it grows into a mature tree, it is usually in the shape of a dome.

The scientific name of the Japanese maple tree is Acer palmatum. It is known as irohakaede in the Japanese language. This species of maple is native to such countries as Japan, Korea, Taiwan and the eastern part of China.
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I have a big tree red japanese maple with a great  look has to be over 25 to 30 feet was planted in the mid 60"s want to see how much can I sell it for .. Email [email protected] .net. Its in cherry hill nj 08003.  It's in my front yard looks so nice . I need to make my drive way wider.
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My Japanese maple grew to be 739 feet tall. I once climbed it and touched the moon.

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