Acer palmatum 'Geisha Gone Wild'
More About Acer palmatum 'Geisha Gone Wild'
- New buds open to reveal pink, fuchsia and purple leaves
- Leaves will eventually fade to variegated green on white
- In midsummer, any new growth will be neon pink
- Fall brings oranges and purples
Geisha Gone Wild Japanese Maple Growing and Maintenance Tips
Best planted in a well-drained soil with high organic matter. Japanese maples are grown as specimen trees or multi-stemmed plants. Any pruning should be done in summer. Mulch well, but avoid heaping mulch against the stem. Most cultivars need full sun or light afternoon shade.
Acer palmatum 'Geisha Gone Wild' Characteristics
Soil MoistureMoist to Average
Average to Dry Soils
Flowering TimeEarly Spring