Small maple with weeping branches and shape. Finely serrated leaves, turning to nice tones of golden yellow and vivid red in fall. Also choose a sheltered area, protected from winds and direct hot sunlight.
This japanese maple have a large and thin-cut leaves and a large and vigorous habit. When is mature it give a real impression of cascading water. The leaves are bright green turning gold andorange in fall.
Of the red upright japanese maples, this cultivar stands out for its cherry red foliage which holds well throughout the summer. It is an alternative to the dark purple foliage of most red palmatums. Plant in a protected area.
Hagoromo meaning 'feathered mantle' the feathery singular lobes attach to the stem without a petiole creating an unusual textural effect. Bright sunny yellow orange spring changes to pale green in the summer and orange and red for the fall. Upright somewhat narrow form. An interesting addition to any garden, a must have for collectors.
In spring 'Higasa yama' may be one of the most exciting and colorful trees you will ever see. In summer it will go totally green. In late summer 'Higasa yama' will send out long runners of new growth with solid green leaves much larger and differently shaped than the typical leaves. These limbs will usually put out typical leaves the next spring if not they should be removed. Fall color can be quite dramatic with reds oranges and yellows.
Hubb's Red Willow is a rich dark burgundy upright maple with long narrow lobes that are slightly incised, giving this small tree a willowy delicate appearance. 'Hubb's Red Willow' is one of the more heat tolerant maples of the linearilobum group even tolerating full sun in all but the hottest climates. Very vigorous and vase shaped when young it slows down with age forming a beautiful round topped small tree.