Orangeola Japanese Maple
$29.97 – $54.97
Orangeola Japanese Maple is one of the fastest growing dissectums, but still does not get very tall due to the fact that it is also one of the most pendulous maples. The lacy foliage begins in spring with orange and red tones, turning to reddish-green in summer before putting on a show of fiery oranges and reds in fall. A beautiful weeping dissectum, Orangeola Japanese Maple is a stunning compliment to weeping green Japanese maples such as Viridis!
- Scientific Name: Acer palmatum dissectum ‘Orangeola’
- USDA Zone: 5 – 8
- Average Height: 3′ – 5′
- Average Width: 5′ – 8′
- Sun Exposure: Partial shade
Japanese Maple Planting/Care Instructions
Before planting, have your soil tested to see what amendments are needed. Click this link to check your frost dates: Frost Dates. Choose the right time of the year to plant according to your zone. When you receive your tree, soak the root ball in water for 20 minutes upon arrival before planting or potting. Gently break up the root ball. This will help the roots of the plant to grow out into the soil. Dig a hole slightly larger than the root ball of your plant. Fill in the hole tightly with soil to avoid any air pockets. Plant your maple with the root flare above the soil line.
Japanese maples planted in the ground generally do not need fertilizer. Container grown maples can use a bit of slow-release fertilizer. However, variegated cultivars should not be fertilized. Be sure to water your plants. In addition, pull weeds out when they appear. They take nutrients from the soil.
Young grafted trees will continue to have new growth on the rootstock for several years. If new buds or branches develop on the rootstock, remove them before they grow larger. If a larger branch develops, use sterile pruners to remove. Prune plants as needed to encourage growth. Always sterilize your pruners. If you have trouble keeping up with your pruners, check out our locally hand-made leather pruner holster here.
Lastly, enjoy your Orangeola Japanese Maple and your time in the garden!
Many factors influence which plants will thrive in a given location. Heat, cold, and elevation are just a few that can have a big impact. Click here for the USDA Zone map
The Orangeola Japanese Maple is growing well in a container in my backyard. One note is that the tree is from a graft.
Sherry, thanks for the review. I bet it looks awesome in your pot.
My tree arrived in good condition--ready to plant. it has a nice shape and looks healthy. Thank you for a beautiful tree.
Thanks for the great review. We hope you enjoy it for many years to come.
This beautiful little tree arrived in good shape, and was a nice specimen. It's branches were well formed and balance, and Maples N More provided excellent service.
Thank you for the review Bryan! We're glad you are happy with your purchase.
My Orangeola was well-packaged and arrived quickly.
Thanks for the review Amy. Glad you love the tree. Hope to see future orders as well.
great tree. awesome experience