Japanese Maples  

 

We keep a large selection of have Japanese Maples throughout the year. Many are suitable for growing in containers to live on a deck or porch. Most Japanese Maples have appealing, brightly colored new Spring growth and a variety of colors when leafed out all Summer. In Fall, you will have yet another show of changing colors. And if you choose one of the Coral Bark maples, you will have an eye-catching, colorful, trunk and branches in the landscape all Winter as well! 

Japanese Maples Available in 2020 (call to check for availability):

Species

Acer palmatum

Acer shirasawanum

Acer shirasawanum

Acer shirasawanum

Acer palmatum

 

 

Acer palmatum

Acer circinatum 

 

 

 

Acer palmatum 

 

 

 

Acer palmatum

 

Acer palmatum 

 

Acer palmatum

 

Acer palmatum

 

 

 

Acer palmatum 

Acer palmatum

 

Acer palmatum

 

Acer palmatum

 

Acer palmatum

Acer circinatum 

 

Acer palmatum

Acer palmatum

Acer palmatum

Acer palmatum

 

Acer palmatum

 

Acer palmatum

 

Acer palmatum

 

Acer palmatum

Acer palmatum

Variety / Cultivar

Ash's Scarlett Princess var. dissectum 

Aureum

 

 

Aureum

 

 

Autumn Moon

 

 

 

Beni Hoshi

 

Bloodgood

Burgundy Jewel

Butterfly

 

 

Crimson Queen var. dissectum  

Fukinagashi  var. linearilobum

Katja

Katsura

 

Koto No Ito var. dissectum    

Lil Ann's Jewel var. dissectum

Mikawa Yatsubusa

Orangeola

Osakazuki

Pacific Fire

Purple Ghost

 

Radiant

Sango Kaku

 

 

Seiryu var. dissectum

 

Shaina

 

Shirazz

 

Suminagashi

Tamukeyama   var. linearilobum 

Ukon

Mature size height & Spread  (10 year)

Dwarf (3-4' x 3-4')

 

 

 

10-15' x 10-15' 

10-15' x 10-15' 

 

 

8-15' x 8-18'

 

 

 

4'-5 x 2'-3'

 

20' x 20'

6' x 4'

 

 

 

7'-12' x 5'-8'

 

 

8'-10' x 10-12'

7' x 5'

 

7'-10' x 7'-10'

 

4'-6' tall (10 years)       10'-12' x 10'-12' (25 years) 

 

6' x 4' (10 years)       10'-15' x 8'-10' (25 years) 

6'-7' x 5'-6' (10 years) 10'-12' tall (25 years)

 

5' x 4' 

 

3-5' x up to 8' wide

10' - 25' x 10'-15'

 

12' - 18' x 8' - 15'

15' x 8' 

8' x 5'

20'-25' x 15'-20'

 

10' - 15' x 8'-10' 

 

4'-6' x 3' - 4' 

 

10-15' x 10-15' 

10'-15' x 10'-15'

 

6'-8' x 8'-12'

7'-1-' x 3'-4'

Sun Exposure

Sun/part Shade

 

 

 

Shade/part Shade

 

 

Shade/part Shade

 

 

Part shade to  shade

 

 

 

Full sun to part shade

 

Full to part sun

Fulll sun

 

 

 

Full sun to part shade

 

 

Fulll to part sun

Full sun to part shade

 

 

Full sun to part shade

 

 

 

 

 

Full sun to part shade

 

 

Full sun to part shade

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Full sun 

 

 

Full sun to part shade

Full to part sun

Full sun to part shade

Full sun or light to dappled

 shade

Full to part sun

Full sun to part shade

 

Full sun to part shade

Sun to part shade

Sun to part shade

 

Full sun to part shade

 

Full sun to part shade

Full sun to part shade

Full sun to part shade

Foliage color/type

Emerges in spring with bright pinkish-red leaves, matures in summer to deeper red. Fall colors are bold scarlet. Palmate lace-leaf. 

 

Bright, almost neon yellow leaves in spring. In summer bright, light green with hints of red around the edges. Followed by reds of autumn. 

 

Bright, almost neon yellow leaves in spring. In summer bright, light green with hints of red around the edges. Followed by reds of autumn. 

 

Burnt-orange with underlying shade of green in spring. colors that intensify toward summer in sun conditions. Grown in shade the leaves color more pale to yellowish green tones.

 

Small star-shaped leaves in spring, red with green veins, greener in summer, orange in fall.

 

Burgundy leaves in spring to scarlet in fall.

Leaves emerge green in spring quickly turning purple-red which hold their color well throughout summer, especially in full sun. Fall colors range from brilliant orange to scarlet red. 

 

White margins on the leaves and a constantly changing spectacle of colors – pink, white, grey-green, scarlet and magenta – through the seasons.

 

Stunning red foliage spring thru summer, deeply cut,  lace-leaf 

 

Narrow-lobed, strap-like foliage. Green in spring with flush of apricot later in the season. Brilliant red fall color.

 

‘Katja' leafs out with purple-red color in the early spring, maturing to a purple-red border on a green leaf by late spring. The leaf petiols are bright red making a great three tone contrast. Secondary flushes of growth in the summer are purple-red. In the fall, this maple turns a bright orange.

 

Noted for its beautiful spring foliage. Small, palmate, 5-lobed leaves (to 1" long) emerge chartreuse with orange-tinted margins in spring, mature to bright green by summer and finally turn pastel shades of orange and yellow in fall.

 

Narrow-lobed, strap-like foliage.  Spring foilage (on “old” wood) is very fine and essentially string-like.

Later in the season, the leaves that emerge on “new growth” have lobes that are longer and broader, although still considered “narrow.” Leaves emerge green with crimson tints, but soon become all green -- and remain so throughout the summer. Fall color is golden yellow, sometimes becoming orange or crimson. Often, the earlier, string-like foliage turns golden first, creating a gold and green effect until the broader, later-emerging foliage develops its own fall color.

 

In spring  new foliage  in bright red and pink tones. These leaves are very finely cut and curled, with a twisted look that adds interesting texture.
By summer, the leaves have acquired green and white tints among the pink, and the red has darkened to burgundy. You can clearly see 4 or more distinct colors on most leaves, though no two will look just alike!
And in fall, the leaves really glow. Brilliant rosy pink tones suffuse the foliage

Spring growth includes a varitey of colors between yellow and green maturing to dark green.  In fall, a different color palette takes over, spanning the range between yellow and scarlet. 

 

Large, bright orange-red laceleaf, leaves in spring, rich red-green with orange undertones in summer, fiery red-orange in fall.

Palmate leaves are green throughout the growing season turning brilliant scarlet in fall. 

 

Light green leaves turn golden-yellow with dappled shade and are blushed orange in full sun early in the autumn, holding their color well though the season.

 

Deep purple-red spring foliage has prominent black veins. Iridescent summer foliage turns green while  maintaining purple undertones. In fall, garnet red. 

 

Radiant has amazing variegation, with patches of pink and white along with touches of green

 

Pinkish yellow in spring to summer light green  to soft yellow in fall

Leaves emerge light green with reddish tipped edges in spring, mature to medium green in summer and turn gold with orange and red hues in fall.

 

The 5-pointed, lobed leaves emerge bright red in the spring, become a dark purple red for the summer, and turn a bright crimson color in the fall.

Small lobed palmate  leaves  emerge with pink, then turn green with cream and pink variegation during summer, color is always dynamic and vibrant.

Leaves turn outstanding shades of orange, crimson and scarlet in the fall.

 

Foliage emerges purple red in spring, matures to deep maroon in summer and finally turns bright red in fall. 

 

Lace leaf with  deep red to purple in spring and summer  changing to bright scarlet in fall.

 

Pale green leaves in spring changing to light green for summer and clear yellow in the fall. 

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