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Maple trees are always beautiful especially during the fall. They turn from green to yellow to orange to red within a matter of months, and they provide a warm and cozy vibe in the garden. However, if your garden has a rather small space and you couldn’t accommodate a maple tree on the lawn, then what should you do?

Well, you can settle on Japanese maples instead. These maple variants are small and easy to grow, and they bloom almost all year. You will never go wrong with Japanese maples because they are easy to plant no matter which climate you’re in, and they serve as pretty ornamental foliage during the spring and summer months as well.

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When adding Japanese maple trees in the home, you may want to follow these tips:

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1. Pot them first. Young Japanese maple trees can be set in pots first before you can plant them on your lawn, which is a good thing. This means you can place the plant wherever you like and take it inside during winter. So yes, when you purchase a shrub of Japanese maple in the garden store, have it planted on a pot first so you can maintain it properly as it grows.

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2. Do not purchase general maples. Japanese maples come in different variants, and each offers a distinct color and look. You may want to be specific with your purchase so that you will be given the maple variant that you want, and not just an ordinary maple plant. Purple variants are the most popular, while the green types are often underused.

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3. Keep them from the cold. While they are beautiful during the winter, it’s best to keep the maples inside the house when the snow arrives. Depending on the variant, young maples may not be able to withstand the cold and would only die in the process.

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