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Maureen Gilmer

(Japanese Maple, Red Emperor Japanese Maple)

The beautiful Japanese maple is a small deciduous tree from eastern Asia. Its cultivar 'Red Emperor' features deeply lobed, palmate (hand-shaped) leaves, which emerge purple-red in spring, deepen to burgundy-red in summer, and turn fiery tones in fall. In winter, its stark gray bark and branches will add interest to any garden or landscape.

One of the hardiest cultivars of Japanese maple (to zone 5), it prefers sites with rich, well drained soil and part sun to part shade. This exceptional selection...

(Japanese Maple, Red Pygmy Japanese Maple)

Japanese maple is a small deciduous tree native to eastern Asia. The dwarf cultivar 'Red Pygmy' features palmate (hand-shaped) leaves that are divided into very long, narrow, pointed lobes. The leaves emerge deep red in spring, mature to greenish red in summer, and finally turn golden-yellow in fall. It has an upright habit resembling a vase. The gray bark is attractive throughout the year.

For most effective growth this maple prefers a semi-moist, acidic soil and sun to part shade. It works...

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ItSaul Plants

(Japanese Maple)

The beautiful and ubiquitous Japanese maple is a garden staple. A native of eastern Asia, this medium-sized deciduous tree has a broad rounded canopy and packs a powerful punch when it comes to ornamental value. Its palmate foliage may be green, purple or burgundy-red, depending on the cultivar, and can turn vivid shades of yellow, bronze orange or red in fall. Like all maples, it bears inconspicuous flowers in the spring. These are followed by red or green helicopter-like fruits called samaras....

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Japanese Maple)

The beautiful Japanese maple is a small deciduous tree native to eastern Asia. The dwarf cultivar 'Sagara-nishiki' features palmate (hand-shaped) leaves that emerge apricot and gold in spring, mature to green with gold margins in summer, and turn orange and gold in fall. The gray bark is attractive throughout the year.

For finest growth and display this maple prefers a semi-moist soil and part shade. It works well as a garden specimen, in containers, and for bonsai.

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Maple, Sango-kaku Japanese Maple)

The beautiful and ubiquitous Japanese maple is a small deciduous tree native to eastern Asia. Its cultivar 'Sango-kaku' (commonly known as coralbark maple) features bark that is bright coral-red on new growth, becoming duller as the branches age. The small, palmate (hand-shaped) leaves emerge pale green, deepen in color in summer, and turn yellow in fall. The bark is ornamental year round, especially in winter. The habit is upright.

For most effective growth this maple prefers a moist, humus-rich...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Japanese Maple)

The beautiful and ubiquitous Japanese maple is a garden staple. A native of eastern Asia, this medium-sized deciduous tree has a broad rounded canopy and packs a powerful punch when it comes to ornamental value. Its palmate foliage may be green, purple or burgundy-red, depending on the cultivar, and can turn vivid shades of yellow, bronze orange or red in fall. Like all maples, it bears inconspicuous flowers in the spring. These are followed by red or green helicopter-like fruits called samaras....

(Japanese Maple, Sekimori Japanese Maple)

The beautiful and ubiquitous Japanese maple is a small deciduous tree native to eastern Asia. Its dwarf cultivar 'Sekimori' has weeping branches furnished with dark-green, ferny, deeply divided palmate (hand-shaped) leaves. The foliage turns golden-yellow in fall. The gray-green bark (green when young) is attractive throughout the year.

Japanese maple prefers a humus-rich, acidic soil and sun to part shade. This cultivar works well as a garden specimen, in containers, or for bonsai.

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Japanese Maple, Shaina Japanese Maple)

The beautiful and ubiquitous Japanese maple is a small deciduous tree native to eastern Asia. The dwarf cultivar 'Shaina' features small, deeply lobed, palmate (hand-shaped), red and maroon, two-toned leaves which turn fiery tones in fall. Its habit is dense and upright. In winter, the stark gray branches adds interest to any garden landscape.

This Japanese maple prefers humus-rich, well-drained, acidic soil and sun to part shade. Versatile in the landscape, it may be grown as a feature plant,...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Japanese Maple)

The beautiful and ubiquitous Japanese maple is a garden staple. A native of eastern Asia, this medium-sized deciduous tree has a broad rounded canopy and packs a powerful punch when it comes to ornamental value. Its palmate foliage may be green, purple or burgundy-red, depending on the cultivar, and can turn vivid shades of yellow, bronze orange or red in fall. Like all maples, it bears inconspicuous flowers in the spring. These are followed by red or green helicopter-like fruits called samaras....

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Japanese Maple, Lion's Mane Maple)

The beautiful and well-known Japanese maple is a small deciduous tree native to eastern Asia. The cultivar 'Shishigashira' (commonly known as lion's mane maple) features small, crinkled, palmate (hand-shaped) leaves that are bunched along the branches. The fall color is yellow and orange and exceptionally late. In winter, the stark gray branches of this narrow, upright tree adds interest to any landscape.

Humus-rich, well-drained, acidic soil and sun to part shade are ideal for the Japanese maple....