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Why "Mature Height" is Misleading With Japanese Maples

On today's episode of Gardening 101 Matt & Tim go over the over-used, misleading, and catch all term "maturity" when it comes to Japanese Maples. Here at Mr. Maple we always try to give a 10-year size estimate under normal conditions. Using this metric allows you to determine the average growth rate of your tree.

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