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Image of Acer henryi photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Henry's Maple)

Henry's maple is a somewhat small deciduous shade tree that has wonderful fall color and a very attractive disply of seeds. This native of central China has compound leaves with three leaflets that emerge pink or bronzed before deepening to dark green. Small, unremarkable green flowers appear in mid spring. By late summer, the long, pendent strings of light green seeds dangle from the branches, creating a look much like Spanish moss draping on live oaks. In autumn, the leaves change to shades of...

Image of Acer japonicum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Downy Japanese Maple, Fullmoon Maple, Japanese Maple)

Fullmoon maple is a small, often multi-stemmed, deciduous tree native to Northeast Asia. It has an elegant broad spreading canopy covered with rounded, lobed leaves of medium green that turn bright red, orange or yellow in the fall. Attractive red flowers appear with the emerging leaves; red winged fruits follow. This maple is most frequently grown in the form of its cultivar 'Aconitifolium', which has handsome, deeply incised foliage. Also noteworthy is 'Vitifolium', with large leaves and especially...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Aconite-leaved Fullmoon Maple, Fullmoon Maple)

Fullmoon maple is a small, often multi-stemmed, deciduous tree native to Northeast Asia. The elegant, broad-spreading branches of the cultivar 'Aconitifolium' are clothed with handsome, deeply incised foliage that turns blood-red in fall. Attractive red flowers appear with the emerging leaves, followed by winged red fruits. The smooth gray bark provides winter interest.

Tolerant of most soils and sun or partial shade, fullmoon maple is a good tree for the lawn, shade garden, or mixed border,...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Fullmoon Maple)

Fullmoon maple is a small, often multi-stemmed, deciduous tree native to Northeast Asia. It has an elegant broad spreading canopy covered with rounded, lobed leaves of medium green that turn bright red, orange or yellow in the fall. Attractive red flowers appear with the emerging leaves; red winged fruits follow. This maple is most frequently grown in the form of its cultivar 'Aconitifolium', which has handsome, deeply incised foliage. Also noteworthy is 'Vitifolium', with large leaves and especially...

Image of Acer japonicum

Mark A. Miller

(Fullmoon Maple, Lion's Headdress Fullmoon Maple, Shishigashira Fullmoon Maple)

Fullmoon maple is a small, often multi-stemmed, deciduous tree native to Northeast Asia. It has an elegant broad spreading canopy covered with rounded, lobed leaves of medium green that turn bright red, orange or yellow in the fall. Attractive red flowers appear with the emerging leaves; red winged fruits follow. This maple is most frequently grown in the form of its cultivar 'Aconitifolium', which has handsome, deeply incised foliage. Also noteworthy is 'Vitifolium', with large leaves and especially...

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Russell Stafford

(Downy Japanese Maple, Fullmoon Maple, Grape-leaved Downy Japanese Maple)

Fullmoon maple is a small, often multi-stemmed, deciduous tree native to Northeast Asia. The elegant, broad-spreading branches of the cultivar 'Vitifolium' are clothed with bold, lobed leaves that recall those of grape. They turn brilliant shades in fall. Attractive red flowers appear with the emerging leaves, followed by winged red fruits. The smooth gray bark provides winter interest.

Tolerant of most soils and sun or partial shade, fullmoon maple is a good tree for the lawn, shade garden,...

(Nepal Maple, Smooth Maple)

A maple with long, narrow and glossy leaves, you may mistake this tree for an exotic coffee tree across its native range of the highlands from Bhutan and Nepal across southern China to Vietnam. The smooth or Nepal maple bears light olive-green, evergreen leaves that are somewhat rippled across their surface because of raised veins. Newest leaves emerge with a pinkish coppery color. Tiny teeth occur on the leaf edges, and the leaf petiole stems are pinkish red and are smooth. Naturally occurring variety...

(Chalk Maple, White-barked Maple)

In regions where the sugar maple falters because of intense summer heat or dry soils, the chalk maple may prove a worthy substitute. Native to the understory of the woods across the American Southeast, from eastern Texas and Oklahoma eastward to the Florida Panhandle and the Carolinas, the chalk oak can develop with a single trunk or multiple trunks. It always displays low branches and creates an upright, rounded silhouette.

Tiny yellow flower occur in spring, followed by green leaves with five...

Image of Acer macrophyllum photo by: Lane Greer

Lane Greer

(Big-leaf Maple, Oregon Maple, Pacific Maple)

This immense deciduous tree bears the largest leaves of all maple species and is spectacular when it turns golden in the fall. It is counted among the few true western native maples, its range extending from foothills of Alaska to southern California and eastward to the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is nearly always found in conjunction with streams and creeks. In warmer regions it grows at the base of north-facing slopes where perpetual shade and summer dampness support its need for moisture during...

Image of Acer mandshuricum photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Manchurian Maple)

A beautiful but rarely grown maple, this large shrub or small tree from eastern Asia has three-parted leaves that are smooth, unlike those of the similar Nikko maple. Often multi-trunked and low-branched with a broad rounded crown, it is usually one of the first maples to come into growth in spring. The shiny dark green leaves are also early to color in fall, turning brilliant shades of red while most other maple are still green. The handsome pale brown bark offers winter interest. Inconspicuous...