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Bloodgood mapleBloodgood (above) is a cultivated form of Atropurpureum. Like most Japanese maples, the Bloodgood is a slow growing tree sprouting 30 to 60 centimetres each year.It will grow to full height 3-4 metres in about 15 years but can also be cultivated into a dwarf version known as Shaina. Japanese Maple Garden, Japanese Garden Landscape, Japanese Garden Design, Japenese Maple, Dwarf Japanese Maple, Japanese Gardens, Japanese Maple Trees, Japanese Maple Varieties, Bloodgood Japanese Maple
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