Japanese Maples for pots

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A selection of Japanese maples or Acers suitable for pots or container gardening to green a partially-shaded patio or balcony. These deciduous shrubs are chosen for their moderate growth and the beauty of their silhouette, foliage, and autumn colours. These shrubs tolerate pot cultivation well, when planted in a suitable substrate composed of a mixture of potting soil and ericaceous compost which is well-drained, slightly acidic, and remains moist. Like Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Garnet' or ‘Atropurpureum’, they are the undisputed stars of small urban gardens and Japanese-style, contemporary, or Zen gardens. The slow growth and moderate development of Japanese maples make them easy to cultivate in a pot for many years. The larger ones naturally require large pots. 

Planting, maintenance, and pruning of these highly decorative shrubs is simple, as long as you follow certain rules. Follow all our advice for successful cultivation of your Japanese maple in a pot!

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