Acer Palmatum Taylor

(2 customer reviews)


Taylor’s Japanese Maple

Supplied in a 3L pot.
Plant height: 50-60cm approx.

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Acer Palmatum Taylor

Acer Palmatum Taylor, also known as Taylor’s Japanese Maple, is a highly sought-after variety of the Japanese maple family. It is a stunning variegated variety which will take on a starring role throughout the growing season. This small, spreading deciduous tree will make a lovely addition to a garden area with dappled shade. It is a new cultivar, with lime green and cream foliage, which emerges in spring with a vivid salmon pink hue. As the leaves mature the pink fades but the variegation remains attractive throughout the summer. In autumn, the leaf colour changes again, turning lime green before they drop. It is not necessary to prune to maintain their natural graceful rounded shape, but dead or damaged branches can be removed in early spring. This lovely small tree is compact enough for large patio pots.

Name: Acer Palmatum ‘Taylor’

Approx. Height and spread: 2 x 2M

Position: Sun – Part Shade (Sheltered position)

Soil Ph: Acid – Neutral

Moisture: Moist but well drained

Hardiness: Frost Hardy

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Approx. Height





Full Sun, Part Shade, Sheltered Position

Soil Ph

Acid, Neutral


Moist But Well Drained




Cream, Green, Pink

2 reviews for Acer Palmatum Taylor

  1. Kevin (verified owner)

  2. Kate C. (verified owner)

    beautiful tree

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Acer Palmatum Taylor - a small Japanese Maple tree with pink, green and cream foliage. Ideal for gardens in IrelandAcer Palmatum Taylor

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