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Question by  Bee (14)

When does a Japanese Maple produce seeds?


Answer by  harper66 (23)

Only very mature trees produce seeds and this usually occurs in the fall. Not all Japanese Maples will produce seeds. Also, not all seeds will produce the same type of tree. If your tree is one of those, you can still propogate the tree by using cuttings from the tree.


Answer by  ggp (33)

Most Japanese Maples put out their seed pods in the fall, although some produce them in spring. The seeds of a Japanese red maple are lovely little red "helicopters", a mini version of what you commonly see on larger Maple varieties.


Answer by  ShantelB (104)

Japanese Red Maple seeds are considered ripe and ready to pick when the seeds turn brown or begin to fall from the tree.


Answer by  Herb (20)

Most Japanese Maples produce seeds in the fall. They are ready to be picked when they turn reddish green but before they dry out or start falling from the tree. Some varieties are sterile and produce no seed.


Answer by  Latin4 (11170)

Most trees product seeds in the fall. You can also use these seeds to product bonsai trees for inside the home.


Answer by  jennycountrysidegirl (96)

Japanese Maples in most cases produce there seeds in the fall. In some cases hybrid Japanese Maples are sterile. The seeds will be a reddish-green when ready to harvest.

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