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'Orangeola' has more interesting features than most other dissectums available.  It changes colors with each season.  It opens a burnt orange red in the spring before becoming burgundy; then it becomes a purple chocolate color in early summer as green hues show through.  It then consistently sends out orange red new growth during the summer, before becoming bright orange and red tones for fall. 
Orangeola early springOrangeola summer

The habit is also unique for most dissectums on the market today.  It has more pendulous branches than most other maples in the group.  The result of this pendulous nature is a densely branched mound that is usually more narrow than most other laceleaf Japanese maples. 


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