Acer sieboldianum Sode no uchi
Acer sieboldianum Sode-no-uchi is a gorgeous small maple with bright green leaves. Brilliant fall colors make this maple spectacular in the fall. Sode-no-uchi will form a small roundish tree to about 8′ in 12 years.
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Acer pseudoplatanus Variegated
This variegated form of Acer pseudoplatunus is a stunning and wonderful selection of the variegated pseudoplatanus. The leaves of this cultivar emerge in the spring with a deep red to purple color. Petioles become bright red in summer with sun exposure to make the leaves wonderfully colored. Solid yellow and orange fall color. A. pseudoplatanus variegate is very sturdy and fast growing tree. Grows to 12-15'. A very nice plant! Can handle Sun but give shade in very hot areas.
Acer davidii is often a mult-istemmed snakebark tree up to 25 feet in height. A. davidii grows vigorously when young, with bark striped in beautiful white stripes. Native to China, it was given the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit in 1984. It is easy to grow and deserves a place in your landscape. Sun or shade.
A very nice red palmatum, Fireglow tends to hold it's red color in the heat better than Bloodgood and other red palmatums. New growth on this vigorous, upright cultivar is bright cherry red that darkens some throughout the summer without fading. Not as tall or widespread as the Bloodgood. 10-12 feet in 8 years. Sun / part shade.
The Japanese maple Beni Hagoromo is a stunning Acer palmatum that has very distinctive and unusual leaves. Beni hagomorohas has leaves that appear to be almost feathery and dissected to the base of the leaf. Beni Hagomoro leaves emerge in the Spring with a Brilliant Red color that will become green with tinges of red in Summer. Beni hagomoro is a very unique and beautiful cultivar. Fall colors are orange and red. Beni Hagomoro medium sized tree to about 12 feet. Hardy to -10.
After 7 years of careful scrutiny, we are happy to introduce to you a unique and beautiful new Japanese Maple - Mendocino Sunrise. Mendocino Sunrise arose as a sport on Acer palmatum Summer Gold. This attractive Japanese maple cultivar has small, yellow, palmate leaves which are quite distinctive. The leaves are mainly 5-lobed with narrow ovate, deeply divided lobes with somewhat elongated tips approximately 3-4 cm in length, and relatively coarse, irregularly toothed or somewhat frilled margins. Mendocino Sunrise has newly emerging leaves which are yellow sometimes edged with red. By summer some of the red fades leaving a yellow color with an orange blush to the leaves. In the direct hot summer sun, the yellow color lightens and the orange blush becomes more prominent. Mendocino Sunrise is an upright rather dense small tree growing to about 8 feet in about 8 yrs. Outstanding Features: Emerges in spring with tinges of red on yellow leaves. Ruffle edges on leaves. Nice yellow-orange color in summer. Hardy strong growing maple. Mendocino Sunrise is suitable for small or large gardens, landscape planting, patio, container, and bonsai. Cultural needs: Hardy and strong growing, suitable for warm sunny locations – but will burn in severe hot weather and windy locations. This new cultivar Mendocino Sunrise was accepted by the I.C.R.A. (International Cultivar Registration Authority) for Maples in May 2016.