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Japanese maple Hogyoku (Acer palmatum Hogyoku) Living up
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Japanese maple Hogyoku (Acer palmatum Hogyoku) Living up to its name, which means "jewel of fall," Hogyoku has light green, almost chartreuse leaves that give way to a bright pumpkin orange show in fall. Once established, it grows 10-12 inches a year, peaking out at 12-15 feet at maturity. (Credit: stargazerperennials.com)

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