• Acer corallinum Japanese Maple Tree

    Acer corallinum Japanese Maple Tree

    Remember the old saying about the weather -- if you don't like it, just wait 5 minutes and it'll change? Well, that's about the case with 'Corallinum', too! The leaves change more frequently than the seasons on this splendid little Japanese Maple, making it one of the most beloved small trees for the home landscape. If you like brilliant color and plenty of it, you MUST find a place of honor for this showstopper!The show begins in early spring, when the new leaves unfurl a dazzling shrimp pink! 5- to 7-lobed and just begging to be pressed between the leaves…

  • Acer griseum Paperbark Maple Tree

    Acer griseum Paperbark Maple Tree

    Acer griseum is the much sought-after Paperback Maple. This is one of the finest specimen trees for the small property. Rich green leaves and exfoliating bark revealing gleaming orange-red new bark, turning green for summer before burnishing bright orange and red for autumn. An exceptional multi-season Maple!Easy to establish, this tree eventually reaches 25 feet tall and 18 feet wide. This Acer is difficult to propagate, so supply is often limited.

  • Acer Katsura Japanese Maple Tree

    Acer Katsura Japanese Maple Tree

    This gorgeous dense, compact Japanese Maple is most known and loved for its dazzling spring foliage. The small, palmate, 5-lobed leaves emerge chartreuse with orange-tinted margins and mature to a brilliant green once summer arrives. The color show continues into fall, with the foliage finally turning pastel shades of orange and yellow. Springtime also brings small, reddish blooms that are attractive up close but not particularly showy at a distance.'Katsura' usually grows into a 4-6', vase-shaped form within the first ten years, then slowly becomes more rounded as it matures to its full 10-12' height. It makes a stunning specimen…

    This gorgeous dense, compact Japanese Maple is most known and loved for its dazzling spring foliage. The small, palmate, 5-lobed leaves emerge chartreuse with orange-tinted margins and mature to a brilliant green once summer arrives. The color show continues into fall, with the foliage finally turning pastel shades of orange and yellow. Springtime also brings small, reddish blooms that are attractive up close but not particularly showy at a distance.'Katsura' usually grows into a 4-6', vase-shaped form within the first ten years, then slowly becomes more rounded as it matures to its full 10-12' height. It makes a stunning specimen…

  • Acer palmatum (Japanese Maple)

    Acer palmatum (Japanese Maple)

    One of the finest for bonsai. Very ornamental red and gold autumn foliage and relatively quick to display results. Soak seeds and pre-chill for 8 weeks. Z6-8. 6-10ft. Germination: 30-365 days, 55-70F. Well-drained soil. 6-10ft.

  • Beni Kawa Acer Japanese Maple Tree

    Beni Kawa Acer Japanese Maple Tree

    What a stunning specimen for all Japanese Maple lovers! 'Beni Kawa' brings brilliant color to the landscape with its coral red trunk and stems and soft green spring leaves that turn to golden-yellow in fall. Its small reddish spring blooms add to the show as well, although their beauty is most noticeable close up, rather than at a distance.'Beni Kawa' typically grows in an upright, rounded, shrubby form for the first 10 years, until it reaches 5-7' tall. Over time, however, it matures to 12-15'. The palmate leaves are about 2½" long, divided into 5-7 ovate-lanceolate, slender-tipped lobes with double…

  • Emperor One Japanese Maple Tree

    Emperor One Japanese Maple Tree

    A landmark tree to fall in love with, with deep red foliagein spring and summer that turns to brilliant crimson in fall.The deep red color remains steadfast through the hottest sun,rivaling 'Bloodgood' as the best red Japanese maple. Leafs outlater than others, avoiding frost damage.

    A landmark tree to fall in love with, with deep red foliagein spring and summer that turns to brilliant crimson in fall.The deep red color remains steadfast through the hottest sun,rivaling 'Bloodgood' as the best red Japanese maple. Leafs outlater than others, avoiding frost damage.

  • Esk Sunset Sycamore Maple

    Esk Sunset Sycamore Maple

    Stunning foliage makes the Esk Sunset Sycamore Maple a perfect specimen tree. Every leaf is a piece of art, with its own unique pattern. Young leaves emerge with orange and pink hues that mature to green — then become variously speckled, streaked and blotched with pink, cream and light green. The undersides of the leaves are an attractive purple color, and all foliage turns a brilliant reddish-pink in the fall. Prefers moist soil with good drainage. An application of organic mulch is recommended to maintain soil moisture. This Sycamore Maple is salt tolerant, making it a good choice for coastal…

  • Fairy Hair Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Fairy Hair Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Very popular but difficult to find, this dwarf Japanese Maple is a super slow-growing delight. Just 2 feet high and 1 foot wide after a decade's growth, it's ideal as bonsai, in containers, or in a very small space accent. Find a special place for this miniature treasure!'Fairy Hair' earns its name with extremely long, narrow foliage. Green in spring and summer, it blazes bright orange in autumn, remaining on the tree for many weeks before dropping into a glowing pool on the garden floor or base of the container. The winter silhouette is handsome as well, with dense branching…

  • Mikawa Yatsubusa Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Mikawa Yatsubusa Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Considered one of the top 3 varieties in the world for bonsai, beautiful 'Mikawa Yatsubusa' is a naturally dwarf, layered little tree with tight branching. If left alone, it will reach about 5 feet high and wide within a decade, and stays much smaller if root-trimmed for bonsai!What makes 'Mikawa Yatsubusa' so distinctive is the way in which the leaves are held. Deeply lobed and quite elongated, they arise in tufts, overlapping one another, as if fanned out for display. This creates little canopies on every branch, a very striking effect.In spring, the new foliage unfurls in shades of yellow-tinted…

  • Ryusen Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Ryusen Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Plant Patent #18,501.At last, a true weeping Japanese Maple! 'Ryusen' boasts a magnificent weeping habit with strong, pendulous branches bearing palmately divided leaves of bright green. It's a whole new look for the family!Train 'Ryusen' to desired height until it forms a sturdy trunk, or let it weep over a wall, espalier it, or let it decorate your favorite arbor or arch. The cascading branches are wonderfully versatile, so you can find just the right spot in any landscape for this exciting introduction!The foliage on this slow grower turns brilliant shades of golden-orange and bright red in autumn. More heat-…

  • Shindeshojo Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Shindeshojo Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Absolutely the finest Japanese Maple we have ever seen for spring foliage, 'Shindeshojo' begins the year by unfurling tiny leaves of brilliant crimson. This color holds well during spring, then turns a pink-tinted green for summer, and finally assumes a muted shade of orange-red in autumn. Create a second season of Japanese Maple interest in your garden with this fine spring standout.A very slow-growing dwarf, 'Shindeshojo' reaches just 10 to 15 feet tall and 15 to 20 feet wide at maturity, or may be trimmed for bonsai. It is a superb container choice, and makes a splendid specimen, with its…

    Absolutely the finest Japanese Maple we have ever seen for spring foliage, 'Shindeshojo' begins the year by unfurling tiny leaves of brilliant crimson. This color holds well during spring, then turns a pink-tinted green for summer, and finally assumes a muted shade of orange-red in autumn. Create a second season of Japanese Maple interest in your garden with this fine spring standout.A very slow-growing dwarf, 'Shindeshojo' reaches just 10 to 15 feet tall and 15 to 20 feet wide at maturity, or may be trimmed for bonsai. It is a superb container choice, and makes a splendid specimen, with its…

  • Shishigashira Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Shishigashira Acer palmatum Japanese Maple Tree

    Sometimes called Lion's Head Maple or Mejishi, 'Shishigashira' is an unusual, bold addition to a garden indeed! Its deeply curled and crinkled bright green leaves are held in close-knit bunches, adding to the interesting architectural shape of its branches. Spring brings small reddish-purple flowers, but the densely packed tufts of foliage often conceals them from view. Quite different from most Japanese Maples, 'Shishigashira' develops its fall color much later in the season and is one of the last to flaunt its golden orange and burnished crimson tones. Its ornamental appeal continues into the winter months as its bark takes on…