Acer circinatum Little Gem
Little Gem is a wonderful Acer circinatum dwarf. Little Gem is a dwarf vine maple that was discovered as a witches broom in a vine maple. The Little Gem maple grows into a compact rounded shrub to about 3 feet high. Little Gem has small orbicular leaves about 1" in size which emerge light green in spring and turn to a darker shade by summer. Fall color is orange turning to fiery red. Hardy and can take cold to -10F
Acer circinatum Monroe
Monroe is a wonderful cultivar of our native circinatum! Leaves are big and lacey. Open and airy this plant is vigorous and spreading viney like the native. Bronzing of leaves occurs when plant is exposed to abundant sun. Fall colors of strong yellow. Strong growing to 12' . Sun/ mostly shade. Hardy to -20 degrees. USDA zone 5.
Acer circinatum Ki setsudoe
Ki setsudoe is a wonderful cultivar of Acer circinatum. Ki setsudoe has leaves that emerge bright red in the spring, turning coppery greenish red in the summer. It tends to have a slower growth rate than the speceies Acer circinatum, and its natural tendency is to grow into a multi-trunked large shrub of perhaps 10-12 ft. in height and width. Hardy like most circinatums this plant can tolerate a fair amount of sun but best growth is obtained with morning sun and afternoon shade. A real beauty!
Acer buergerianum ‘Wako Nishiki
Wako nishiki is a small, upright variegated Trident maple. The tiny green leaves of this buegerianium emerge pink in Spring, and turn to white in early spring, which slowly change to several shades of green by Summer. Fall color is a delicate pale yellow. Delicate when young. Morning sun and afternoon shade is best. 5' tall x 5' wide in 10 years. Hardy USDA zone 5
Acer circinatum Baby Buttons
cer circinatum Baby Buttons is a very nice cultivar of the vine maple. Baby Buttons is a dwarf maple with a round form. The beautiful green leaves are much smaller than the species. Baby Buttons prefers sun/partial shade in well-drained soil. 2' tall x 2' wide in 10 years. Very similar to Borts Broom - perhaps the same? Graft bulge often present. Hardy to -20 degrees. USDA zone 5.