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Acer palmatum 'Hanezu hagoromo'

With its feather-like, heavily divided leaves, the 'Orange Hagoromo' Japanese maple is a unique and interesting addition to any garden. Its leaves emerge as a bright orange in early spring before maturing to a neon yellow by late spring, and a chartreuse green in mid-summer. In the fall, this selection transforms into a vibrant mix of oranges and reds. Reaching a height of 6 ft and width of 5 ft in 10 years, 'Orange Hagoromo', also known as 'Hanezu' or 'Hanezu Hagoromo', is a beautiful and striking tree that thrives in Zones 5 through 9.

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