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Briella’s Broom is an Acer palmatum dwarf maple that is strong growing with dark red Spring and Summer Color. Fall color is a scarlet red. Briella’s Broom seems to grow stronger than Shaina. Briella’s Broom will grow to about 4 feet.
SKU: apbriella Categories: Acer palmatum, Dwarf Japanese Maples - Great for Containers and Small Areas, Japanese Maple Tree Varieties, Red Leaf Japanese Maples Tag: Dwarf Japanese Maples
A. japonicum O isami
O isami is a very nice Japonicum with habits similar to the genus - Open and spreading. Large orbicular green leaves turn brilliant fall colors of yellow to orange to red! Upright and sturdy growing. Oisami will reach to about 12-15 ' in 10 years.
Aka hosada is very nice new strap-leaf selection that is very sun hardy and very red. Aka hosasa tends to hold it’s color better than any other Linearlobium and even in mid summer heat. A small upright maple to about 6-8'. Zones 6-9.
A. japonicum Aconitifolium ‘Dancing Peacock’
The Acer japonicum Aconitifolium or Dancing Peacock has thickly dissected green leaves give this maple the general appearance that a multitude of peacocks are dancing on the limb. Fantastic performer in the fall as leaves display brilliant scarlet tones with oranges and giving the appearance of flames. Attractive crimson-colored seeds. Aconitifolium means finely cut leaves. Hardy growing to 14 feet. Sun/part shade.
A. japonicum Green Cascade
Green Cascade is a wonderful pendulous form of Acer japonicum. Leaves are rich green and feathery. This is a great dissectum with brilliant fall colors that range through yellow-orange tones with traces of crimson. Low growing and vigorous this maple is a very nice addition to any collection. Slow mounding growth to 4 feet tall, 6-8 feet wide. Tends to grow laterally. Sun/ part shade
A. japonicum Giant Moon
Giant moon is a new cultivar which we are still evaluating. Very large light green orbicular leaves emerge from this japonicum with tinges of pink. The leaves as they emerge are covered with a fine hair making them silvery in appearance. Growth appears to be similar to A.j. Aconitifolium in that it is open and layering. Sun /afternoon shade.