The Attaryi Japanese Maple is a slow growing maple reaching an ultimate height of 12 feet. In Japan, it is a much loved tree, while here 'Attaryi' often is overlooked. Its beautiful, large, deeply dissected green foliage with attractive fall leaves and prominent red flowers and seeds makes the Attaryi Japanese Maple a stunning tree.
The leaves are similar to those of some grapes. Bears large tender green leaves in spring turning dark green in the summer. Develops excellent yellow, orange and red fall colors. Vigorous growth but will need protection for the first winters.
Hardy Japanese Maple with a good height. Bronze red foliage. Bright red new shoots in spring. Prune for cleaning in spring. Winter protection HIGHLY recommended. Beautiful plant to be used isolated or mixed with others. Perfect as a bonsaï.
’Adrian’ is a pretty, dwarf red japanese maple. Spring leaves emerge bright burgundy. New growth is bright red on top of older burgundy foliage. Fall colors are bright red orange. Used alone or in borders. Excellent choice for bonsaï.
This hybrid is desirable for bonsai because of iT’s bark which develops a very interesting character with age. Grows well in a pot or larger in the ground. Green leaves in summer turn a wonderful fall color of varying shades of red.
Round, wide and dense shrub. Palmated, light red foliage in spring, becoming darker later on, with a good density. Must be trimmed in spring to eliminate dried twigs. Used isolated because of its oriental looks; very nice in japanese gardens or as a bonsais.
Recognized for its winter interest due to its bright yellow bark this small maple is perfect for tight spots and city gardens. The magnificent Chartreuse leaves in the spring darken during the summer. Autumnal colors are a nice mix of orange and yellow.
Upright, oval shape. New shoots are blood red, turning deep purple in fall. Can tolerate full sun exposure if soil is kept fresh and not too exposed to winds. Light clean up trim in spring. Superb plant used isolated or combined in borders, makes a very good bonsai subject.
Nice Japanese maple with fine cutleaf, purple red foliage all season long. Its weeping branches produce a voluptuous cascading effect. Great selection to go along shores or isolated as specimen. Sheltered from winds.
‘Inaba-shidare' is a dissected cultivar that typically grows in an upright, rounded but cascading form to 4-6' tall over the first ten years, eventually maturing to 10' tall and to 12' or more wide. It is noted for its lace-like foliage that emerges deep purple in spring, matures to purple-red by summer and finally turns bright red in fall. Small reddish flowers in spring are somewhat attractive on close inspection, but are not showy from a distance.