Acer pensylvanicum Erythrocladum
This fine snakebark was given the Royal Hort Award of Merit in 1976. This small tree merits a place in everyones garden! Brilliant pink and red bark greets the eyes on cold and dark wintery days! Fall color is buttery yellow. Rare in cultivation this slow growing tree will reach 8 feet in 10. Sun / part shade.
Acer crataegifolium Veitchii
Acer crataegifolium 'Veitchii' is an extremely beautiful variegate whose leaves emerge pink with splashes of cream colored variegation. In hot areas it is best to give Vetchii morning sun afternoon shade. Slow growing this small tree will reach 8' tall x 6' wide in 10 years. Hardy to -10 degrees. USDA zone 6. Rare.
Acer ‘White Tigress’
White Tigress is considered to be by some the most striking of the snakebarks. Bright white striations against a bright green bark is truly a sight. Acer tegmentosum hybrid. Hardy and fast-growing to 25 feet. Sun/ part shade.
Acer pseudoplatanus Leopoldii
Bold splashes of creamy yellow variegation make this broad leaf maple exciting. Acer pseudoplatanus Leopoldii is a spectacular full sized tree that is a standout in the landscape. Given the Royal Horticultural Societies First Class Certificate in 1865 and Award of Garden Merit in 1993. Fall color nice golden yellows. Hardy and strong growing to 40' or more. Sun/ part shade.
Acer davidii Hansu suru
Hansu suru is a very nice variegated variety of Acer davidii. Leaves can be entirely yellow, partly variegated or completely green. Vigorous grower to about 8 feet. Leaves are typical of the species but slightly smaller. Habit is bushier than the species. Branches sometimes revert. Best grown in part shade to avoid burning of highly variegated leaves.