The new foliage is a beautiful bright red, not to say ''Fire red''. It keeps this beautiful color over a month later in mid-summer than changes to a red-green quite pleasant even with cream and pink. In the fall, colors are a mixture of red and orange. Small leaf with 5-7 lobes, making it an excellent choice for making bonsai.
Very spectacular and unsual cultivar, iT’s name means lioN’s head. The leaves, small and bright green, grow very close to the stem. The growth, slow and dense, gives a very compact aspect. The leaves turn orange in fall. Good type for bonsais.
This bright and cheerful variety puts on a beautiful show with its bright yellow spring foliage. In summer the color becomes more of a light green. Fall color is also a bonus with red, orange and yellow tones. Perfect for small gardens where it can be planted as a specimen to benefit of its extreme beauty. Plant in an area protected from winds.
This small tree is interesting for its small scale and its vigorous growth; perfect for a small garden. The foliage holds its color well through the summer, dark red to brownish red with a green midrib.The chartreuse samara offer a nice contrast against the foliage. Will need protection for the first winters.
This japanese maple is a dense tree with a narrowly upright and columnar growth habit. Forms a slow growing, compact small tree with handsome burgundy foliage that retains its color throughout the season. Bright crimson fall foliage persists longer than most japanese maples. Ideal choice for small gardens!
Very ancient variety of Japanese maple, known for its nice purple red robe, even exposed to the hottest summer days. Voluptuous, cascading shape with fine cutleaf foliage. A location sheltered from wind is favorable.