'Orangeola' is one of the more dramatically weeping Japanese maples. This dissectum may produce long pendulous branches during the summer that stack closely to each other. This growth habit combined with fairly large deeply cut leaves results in a dense mounding shrub. 'Orangeola' also displays a wide variety of foliage color throughout the growing season.
Red to purple in spring
Purple to green with red new growth in summer
Orange red in fall
Strongly pendulous and moderately vigorous
Approximate mature size:
6 to 10 feet tall
5 to 8 feet wide