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Japanese maple 'Bamboo leaf'

Acer palmatum

Bamboo leaf is a variety of Japanese maple which is a member of the Maple family. Its botanical name is Acer palmatum 'Bamboo leaf'.

Bamboo Leaf JRM seeds will not produce true to form, but they will produce excellent root stock for grafting if the tree is too far off the norm.

Bamboo leaf Japanese maple is normally quite a low maintenance plant and is normally very easy to grow - great for beginner gardeners!

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How to grow Japanese maple 'Bamboo leaf'

Growing Bamboo leaf from seed

Transplanting Bamboo leaf

Harvesting Bamboo leaf

Japanese maple 'Bamboo leaf' information

How long does Bamboo leaf take to grow?

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