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'Shaina' is an outstanding little dwarf tree with beautiful dense foliage. This cultivar grows upright and has two toned red foliage that sits upon short shoots. 'Shaina' grows into a globe shaped tree that reaches a height of 5 ft. in approximately 10 years (continues to grow from this point forward). The leaves emerge bright red in the spring, become a dark purple red for the summer, and turn a bright crimson color in the fall. 'Shaina' holds its tremendous color through the summer and into the beginning of the fall season. Experts say that 'Shaina' originated as a sport from the colorful 'Bloodgood', Japanese maple.
Awards: Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society in 1993.
Country of Origin:United States- 1960
Awards: "Award of Garden Merit" from the Royal Horticultural Society.
First Propagated : Shaina originated as a sport from the colorful 'Bloodgood' Japanese maple.
|Note Shaina's branching down to ground level, making an excellent dignified hedge plant.|
|From the Leaves and Petals Japanese Maple Collection|
|Genus||Acer palmatum 'Shaina'|
|Hardiness||Zone 5 - 9|
|Height||Up to 10'+ (reaches only 5' in first ten years)|
Forms a dense, globe shaped shrub up to 10'+ tall (smaller in container) - which makes it ideal for container culture and for rock gardens. It is a very reliable plant and has become quite popular.
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Our Japanese Maple trees are grown and shipped in containers. They ARE NOT recent transplants into larger size containers to give the illusion of a larger tree, but rather trees that have grown and filled their current container size. They have been meticulously maintained and pruned in order to provide our customers with a plant that is healthy, strongly rooted, well branched - all in proportion. We invite you to compare our plants and prices.
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