Japanese maples offer selection of green, red leaves

05/29/2009 | Seattle Times, The

Japanese maples can liven up gardens with green-leafed or red-leafed varieties. The Crimson Queen Japanese maple will grow to heights of up to 5 feet after 10 years and is popular for its deep red leaves. The Seiryu Japanese maple features green, lacy leaves and can grow up to 12 feet after 10 years.

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