Acer palmatum Germaine's Gyration


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'Germaine's Gyration' has dark green leaves which turn yellow, orange, and red in fall.  The cascading branches twist, undulate, and "gyrate".  Bob Vandermoss from Oregon named this maple after his neighbor and friend Germaine Iseli.  Like most dissectums, this maple forms a low-growing mound that is mush wider than tall.