Acer palmatum ‘Dissectum’.fine cut leaf maple.
feathery, mid-green leaves that turn gold and orange in autumn looking as if they have been dissected before they fall. Its rounded, compact habit makes it perfect for a small garden, particularly in a container in a contemporary urban courtyard. Alternatively, try it alongside an ornamental pool, where its sculptural shape will be reflected in the water
osition: partial shade
Soil: fertile, moist, well-drained neutral to acid soil
Rate of growth: slow-growing
Flowering period: April to May
Hardiness: fully hardy
Japanese maples are (deciduous) not evergreen, are small trees and are grown for their graceful habit in spring and autumn,