Japanese maples are a relatively compact maple variety with a lot of flair and elegant features. These trees rarely reach over 40 feet tall, depending on the variety, but all of them have delightful leaves that change color with the seasons.
If you do decide to purchase Japanese maple seeds, here are some extremely popular varieties to consider: – Coral Bark – Bloodgood – Hogyoku – Crimson Queen – Autumn Moon
Here’s how to germinate and plant your seeds for best success: – Soak your seeds. – Stratify your seeds. – Plant your seedlings.
All winged maple seed pods contain a couple of seeds inside. This is all you need to start your own Japanese maple tree! Simply collect the maple wings, either from the ground or an existing tree. Break off the wings and begin the growing process.