Coral Pink is an unusual and very attractive Acer palmatum Japanese maple named for its' coral-pink leaves and shoots that emerge in the spring. Originally propagated in the Netherlands, Coral Pink in summer sees a change to yellows and greens before turning to light gray-green variegation. Nice yellow and orange fall color. This is a slow growing maple that will reach to about 6 feet in ten years. Morning sun / part shade is best.
Dwarf Japanese Maples - Great for Containers and Small Areas
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Corallinum emerges an outstanding pink in the spring, making this maple an eye-catching beauty with a floral-like appearance! The leaves turn to a pleasing green in summer, with some of the foliage keeping flecks of pink from the spring color. This variety will often go through another flush of pink later in summer. Corallinum has small, dense leaves and is slow growing with a maximum height of 7-8 feet.