Medium sized deeply divided leaves are soft pink and pale green in spring changing to deep green in summer and are a wonderful orange, golden and red in the fall. Somewhat more upright than other trees in this group.
Wonderful new red dwarf similar to Mikawa yatsubusa, a small upright tree with very short internodes, leaves right on top of one another, however, rather than lying flat the leaves have a curl in them for an intriguing textural effect. The bright red spring color changes to dark red then green for summer and red for fall. All comlimented by a green bark. A distinctly unique new maple wonderful for small gardens and containers.
Beautiful dark burgundy leaves with green veins and a luxurious rounded shape adorn this shrubby maple that matures wider than tall. Bright red petioles and samaras complete the package to make an exceptionally attractive maple. Fall color is scarlet.
"Ojishi" has short branches loaded with small green leaves, rich and densely packed producing a sculptural effect. The foliage takes on a burnt orange hue in the fall. This superb cultivar is perfect for small spaces and for growing bonsai.
Omurayama is an excellent example of the cascading or weeping type of cultivar. The new unfolding foliage has a bright orange cast to the leaf edges, but the leaves soon become a uniform brilliant green. Fall colors are quite spectacular gold and crimson combinations. Young plants are vigorous and upright. Later they show the true pendulous character
This cultivar has graceful and colorful red foliage and forms a small neat, compact, rounded bush, making it very suitable for limited space. It has outstanding spring and fall colors. The leaves emerge a soft red, quickly becoming an even plum red and, in the fall, turning a vivid sunset-red color.
Japanese maple with wide, generous green leaves, part of the Amoenum type. Turns to spectacular fiery scarlet red tones in fall. This upright selection tends to be rounded with age. Can tolerate direct sunlight.