This large specimen lace-leaf Japanese Maple was planted right next to the house and has grown along those perimeters. Before pictures demonstrate the depth of the canopy and the intricate branch network from years without pruning. After shots indicate the internal structure of the plant, which I believe is just as beautiful as the outside. When leaves fall in the winter, your left with an architectural plant to add beauty when most other plants has none. Close-ups of the internal canopy demonstrate how much material is actually removed.
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