Large tree, rather upright shaped, with very straight central trunk, upright, straight branches, giving the tree an elongated aspect. Young shoots are red, afterwards, foliage is bronze-green but reddish shoots will be present all along growth period. Use mainly isolated or for lining. Good tolerance to urban conditions.
It is a round and irregular shaped tree with a dense foliage.The leaves are light green in the centre and have a large regular edge coloured in white. Lookout for branches bearing leaves that are not variegated for they must be hastely eliminated. Use mainly as a specimen.
Large ovoid shaped tree with shiny dark green leaves turning bright yellow in fall. This tree's primary function is to produce a nice soft shade. Shows a good tolerance to urban conditions. Use as a specimen.
Small stem grafted tree with very regular, round head and a straight trunk bearing a compact, dense foliage. In spring time it grows brownish red shoots, becoming vivid red and finally giving a dark green foliage all summer, turning a nice yellow in fall. Needs no pruning to keep its shape. It is recommanded for small gardens.
In spring and summer, the leaves are a dark glossy green with a deep velvety purple underside. In fall, leaves turn aspen yellow on top and bright magenta pink on the underside accented with with reds, oranges, and salmons. Great for urban conditions, this salt tolerant variety matures to a beautiful specimen.
A good compromise for lovers of Japanese Maple, this one being more hardy. Typical foliage of the Japanese Maple with dark green leaves and light green underneath turning brilliant crimson in the fall. Attractive, erect clusters of green and red small flowers appear before the leaves. Purple-brown samaras.
It is more columnar than the other varieties of the same specie. Dense, green foliage, turning to a vivid red in fall. Medium to fast growing. Shows a light tolerance to deicing salt. Used as a lining tree in streets.