Acer palmatum Adrian's Compact is a small upright Japanese maple with a slow-growing, compact form, (hence the name) and lovely medium-small burgundy leaves. Adrian's Compact has brilliant scarlet red and orange fall color. This maple prefers sun/partial shade in well-drained soil. Due to it's dwarf nature, it is a great maple for small spaces, or to plant in a container. Adrian's Compact will 5-6 feet tall x 3-4 feet wide in 10 years. Hardy to -20 degrees. Best suited for zone 5-9.
Dwarf Japanese Maples - Great for Containers and Small Areas
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Brandt's Dwarf is one of the oldest Acer palmatum red dwarf maples derived from a witches' broom of atropurpureum. The leaves emerge in the Spring bright purple-red and then deepen to a blood red in the Summer. Later in the season the leaves fade to a rusty green color. At maturity Brandt's dwarf will reach about 3 feet high and about the same in width. Brandt's dwarf habit is a dense rounded shrub. The fall color is bright scarlet red. This is a hardy dwarf variety.