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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Maple, Moonfire Japanese Maple)

Japanese maple is a small deciduous tree native to eastern Asia. The cultivar 'Moonfire' features deeply lobed, palmate (hand-shaped) leaves which emerge purple-red in spring and deepen to burgundy-red in summer. This color persists longer than that of most other red-leaved cultivars. In fall, the leaves turn fiery tones. In winter, the stark gray branches will add to any garden or landscape.

This Japanese maple prefers sites with rich, acidic, well-drained soil and part sun to part shade. Growth...

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James H. Schutte

(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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Debbie Schilling

(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, Weeping Japanese Maple)

Japanese maple is a beautiful and ubiquitous deciduous tree native to eastern Asia. The cultivar 'Omurayama' features a compact, gently cascading habit and palmate (hand-shaped), narrowly divided leaves. They turn bright orange and red in fall. The arching habit and gray bark are attractive throughout the year.

For most effective growth this maple prefers a semi-moist acidic soil and part shade. It is very versatile, working well as a garden specimen, in containers, or for bonsai. The cascading...

Image of Acer palmatum

James H. Schutte

(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, Oridono-nishiki Japanese Maple)

Japanese maple is a small deciduous tree native to eastern Asia. This beautiful selection features small, deeply lobed, palmate (hand-shaped), curled leaves which emerge white and pink and mature to white, pink, and green. This is one of the best maples for consistent and vivid leaf variegation. In addition, the bark has cream and pink stripes. In winter, gray branches add to its landscape appeal. Shrubby when young, it matures into a small, rounded tree.

Japanese maple prefers sites with rich,...

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James Burghardt

(Japanese Maple, Osakasuki Japanese Maple)

Japanese maple is a small deciduous tree native to eastern Asia. Its cultivar 'Osakazuki' features large, deeply 7-lobed, palmate (hand-shaped) leaves, which emerge pale green in spring, become deep green in summer, and turn a spectacular glowing crimson in fall. It grows relatively rapidly into a stout small tree. In winter, gray branches will add to any garden or landscape.

Plant Japanese maple in rich, acidic, well-drained soil and sun to part shade. This cultivar tolerates sun, heat and...

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Donna W. Moramarco

(Japanese Maple, Oshio-beni Japanese Maple)

The beautiful and ubiquitous Japanese maple is a small deciduous tree native to eastern Asia. Its cultivar 'Oshio-beni' features deeply divided, seven-lobed, palmate (hand-shaped) leaves that emerge bright orange-red in spring, mature to dull bronze, and finally turn brilliant scarlet in fall. The gray bark is attractive throughout the year.

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

(Japanese Maple, Peaches and Cream Japanese Maple)

Japanese maple is a small tree native to eastern Asia. An Australian introduction, the cultivar 'Peaches and Cream' features strikingly variegated leaves which are creamy-white and rose-pink in spring, pale green with deeper green veins in summer, and bright gold and orange in fall. The palmate (hand-shaped) leaves are elegantly divided into narrow lobes. The habit is upright and compact. In winter, the gray branches add to the garden or landscape.

Japanese maple prefers sites with rich, acidic,...

Image of Acer palmatum

James H. Schutte

(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....