<I>Acer palmatum</i> 'Bloodgood'
<I>Acer palmatum</i> 'Bloodgood'
<I>Acer palmatum</i> 'Bloodgood'
<I>Acer palmatum</i> 'Bloodgood'
<I>Acer palmatum</i> 'Bloodgood'
<I>Acer palmatum</i> 'Bloodgood'
<I>Acer palmatum</i> 'Bloodgood'
<I>Acer palmatum</i> 'Bloodgood'

Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood'

This upright deciduous Japanese maple is one of the best purple-leaved varieties. It has deeply cut, dark red-purple...

3 litre pot | 40cm tall | grafted
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