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!
Acer circinatum is a native tree that has spring green early leaves that turn bright orange in autumn
Acer j. 'Sango kaku' This maple gets its common name from its bright coral trunk which stands out in winter after leaves are shed.
Acer p. 'Ukigumo' may only reach 10’ with a width of 8’. It has a horizontal branching habit which is attractive during the dormant season. The mottled white and green leaves turn pinkish and then red before they are shed for the season.
Leaves are bright scarlet during the first months of spring. As mid-summer arrives the color changes to a red-green. In the fall, the colors become blends of reds and oranges. This maple is not a tall tree/shrub. It grows to 7-10 feet tall by 6 feet wide in 10-15 years.
This popular variety is an upright maple with burgundy to deep red leaves.
Dwarf variety. Pale green new leaves, light green when mature. Shoots and quite short leaf nodes very close together forming a dense coating of leaves on each branch.