How Tall Do Japanese Maples Get?

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Japanese Maples grow to different heights depending on the type of tree. The Acer Japonicum Aconitifolium typically gets to between ten and eighteen feet tall, and has a spread of between twelve and 24 feet. A smaller plant, is the Acer Japonicum Green Cascade which only grows to between four and six feet tall with a spread of between six and twelve feet. The Acer Palmatum is a much bigger plant and typically gets to a height of between 15 and 25 feet.
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