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 Species: Cultivars
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Acer pseudoplatanus Simon Louis Freres
Beautiful bold splashes of variegation on a broad leaf make this a spectacular Acer pseudoplatanus. Simon Louis Freres is slower growing than other variegated forms of pseudoplatanus, but will grow to 15 feet in 10 years. Rare but an appealing plant worthy of more attention. Sun/ part shade.
Acer conspicuum Silver Vein
Silver vein is a small but hardy fast growing snake bark with strong gray striping. Dark green leaves with red petioles are quite nice in the summer sun. Growth to 25'. Strong yellow fall color. Sun/ part shade. Hardy to -20 degrees. USDA zone 5.
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 platanoides Waldersii
With leaves somewhat smaller than most of the platanoides cultivars, Waldersii will make a stunning statement in your landscape. White leaves speckled with green stand out in dappled light or a shaded area. Yellow Fall color. Likes morning sun and protection from the hot afternoon sun. Growth to 25'