Excellent small garden tree with outstanding brilliant red and shrimp pink spring foliage in spring that slowly turns green. In autumn the leaves are once again all fired up in shades of red. Best in morning sun or semi-shade and out of strong wind. Deciduous. Est. 10yr. growth.
Named after Edward 'Skeeter' Rodd from Pennsylvania who introduced this cultivar in the 1970's. Suitable for container growing.
Colour: Assorted / Red Habit: Upright Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: 2m x 2m
Oh this is just gorgeous! Rich crimson foliage in spring, deepening in colour as summer progresses. Attractive crimson scarlet shades in autumn. Add to all this the black stems and you have an absolutely stunning feature tree. Happiest with protection from strong winds. Deciduous. Est. 10yr. growth.
This Maple is considered on of the best for coastal areas though it should still be planted in a sheltered position. The name translates to "Village on the Riverbank".
Colour: Assorted Habit: Upright Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: 3m x 2.5m
Maple. The green leaves of this tree are tipped with a scarlet red, this holds very well through the spring, then fades to a nice dark green by summer until its autumn show of bright red. 'Tsuma gaki' performs best in partial shade and over time grows into a small round tree. Deciduous
Habit: Rounded Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: 2m x 1.8m
Japanese Maple. An upright form with lobed leaves that have distinctive orange tones as they emerge in spring. Gradually the leaves mature to a pale green. Orange-red in autumn. Plant in a sheltered position away from harsh wind and afternoon sun. Deciduous. Est.10yr.growth.
Japanese Maple. A truly beautiful dwarf Maple that is worthy of a special sheltered spot in the garden. The dainty lobed foliage emerges pink in spring later turning green with the odd white leaf here and there. Nice for a special container. Deciduous. Est.10yr.growth.