As its name suggests the Japanese Maple is native to Japan but it also is found in other parts of Asia including Korea, China and southeastern parts of Russia as well as the United States. Their compact shape, weeping and trailing habit, as well as the ease with which they are cultivated, make them a popular choice in many gardens. It grows best in partly sunny conditions and is tolerant of a variety of soil conditions. Its leaves are green to red or purple and if you’re really ambitious you can try to make a bonsai out of them too.

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