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Japanese Maples are unique, elegant trees that come in a variety of shapes and sizes. We have a several varieties to choose from. These dwarf trees are low maintenance and stunning! Most Japanese maples grow in sun or shade, but some shade in warmer climates is ideal. Japanese Maples grow throughout the United States.
Reaching heights around 15 feet the Bloodgood one of the larger of the Japanese maples. So you get those pretty delicate leaves, but with some nice height to provide some shade for your yard. In spring you may have a couple weeks of green when the new leaves emerge, but these quickly turn into a deep burgundy. In fall the leaves brighten to a crimson.
The Butterfly Variegated Japanese maple is upright with exciting variegated foliage. Its compact width fits in even the smallest spaces. The Butterfly Japanese maple reaches round 10 feet tall and up to 6 feet wide at maturity.
The Coral Bark Japanese Maple is a petite shade tree with stunning and unique coral colored bark. The Coral Bark is one of the few Japanese Maples that grows well in full sun. Perfect for small yards and gardens that need vibrant color and flare, this maple is a lovely focal tree. The coral bark is a large Japanese maple tree, sometimes reaching as much as 25 feet.
Emperor One is an improved variety of upright Japanese Maple that is similar to the classic Bloodgood. This dwarf shade tree offers 3 seasons of rich red to purple color. The Emperor One Japanese maple grows 10 to 15 feet tall and wide at maturity.
The Inaba Shidare has amazing purple to red color. At a mere 8 to 10 feet tall and about 12 feet wide at maturity this compact maple tree is perfect size for small yards. This is an excellent Japanese maple for containers.
The Orangeola is a weeping Japanese maple with amazing orange to red color. Its compact size of 6 to 8 feet tall and wide at maturity fits just about anywhere. This is a perfect lace leaf maple for pots. The heat tolerant Orangeola is one of the best choices for warmer climates.
A stunning dwarf maple with red lacy foliage, the Red Dragon is outstanding in containers. It grows to about 8 feet tall and wide at maturity.
The award winning Tamukeyama lace leaf maple is a compact and hardy variety that is low maintenance. Enjoy 3 seasons of regal red and purple foliage. This Japanese maple has a mature size of 6 to 8 feet tall and 8 to 12 feet wide.
With fabulous green foliage the Weeping Viridis is perfect for complementing red and purple Japanese maple varieties. This cascading dwarf tree is beautiful in containers. The Viridis Japanese maple has a mature size of 6 to 8 feet tall and 8 to 12 feet wide.