Bloodgood Japanese Maple
We recently took down a row of Bradford Pears that lined our driveway because that were a mess... messy looking, smelling and ruined our driveway with roots. Our landscaper told us to replace them with the Bloodgood Japanese Maple.
Our question is two fold...
Will this be a good choice for a full sun area in Georgia heat and will their roots be a problem after we get the driveway repaired from the previous cracking and heaving from the Bradford pear roots?
We were going to get two and place them 15-20 feet apart and put lorapetalums on either side and in the middle.