Re: Japanese Maples
From: Rebecca Green
It depends on which variety of Japanese maple. Bloodgood is one of the largest Japanese maples, reaching a height and width of approximately 20 feet. Yet, there are Japanese maples that don't get more than 3 feet high. There is every size in between these two extremes too. The best thing to do is to get the name of the tree you are interested in and look it up specifically.