Bloodthirsty Japanese maple is easy to care for, it adapts to different types of soils and can grow in different lighting conditions. Good quality Japanese maples prefer to grow in shallow or about four hours of unfiltered direct sunlight per day. Since Japanese mothers of Bloodgood prefer wet soil, it is recommended to apply a layer of organic cover 2-3 cm thick once in the summer to keep the soil moist. Japanese coatings, which are good for blood, grow in shade, about four hours of unfiltered direct sunlight per day. Bloody Japanese apples have bright red leaves for three seasons. Bloody Japanese apples grow in most of the country in areas 5 to 8, except for extremely hot and cold areas. Japanese blood mammals shine leaves for most of the year. Japanese blood mammals are adapted to a wide range of soils: clay, mud, sand and others. Bloody Japanese apples are 15 to 25 feet high. The ideal seasons for planting bloody Japanese apples are spring and autumn. The damn Japanese maple does not need regular pruning, but if desired, it responds well to pruning. Whatever the season, Japanese Bloodgood maple is an exceptional tree. Japanese maple is as easy to take care of as it is beautiful. During the first weeks after planting, water your Japanese Bloodgood maple every two or three days. You can fertilize your Japanese maple in early spring before it grows. They grow in a circle, vertically, with thin branches growing from one stem or several rhizomes.