Another beautiful Japanese maple is the Osakzuki cultivar. It grows up to 8 meters in the shape of a bush or tree. Its leaves are 6-10 cm large, five to seven lobes, delicate and serrated. Its color excels almost throughout the entire vegetation period. In spring it sprouts in pink-brown color, then it turns yellow-brown to green-brown, then green and in autumn it shines with orange, crimson or dark red tones.
Requirements: Japanese maples are not too difficult to grow. They prefer moist, not wet, slightly acidic soils in sunny to semi-shady habitats. They are fully resistant to frost at a later age.