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Golden full moon maple. AM sun/PM shade for best results

Golden full moon maple. AM sun/PM shade for best results

Black Japanese Maple | Acer palmatum 'Amagi shigure'

Black Japanese Maple | Acer palmatum 'Amagi shigure'

acer palmatum beni tsukasa

acer palmatum beni tsukasa

Acer palmatum 'Japanese Princess'. A dwarf, round deciduous tree, originating as a seedling from 'Mikawa yatsubusa'. New leaves in spring are pink-red, later becoming cream-white with a pink blush. Fall color is orange to red. Prefers sun/partial shade in well-drained soil. 2' tall x 2' wide in 10 years.

Acer palmatum 'Japanese Princess'. A dwarf, round deciduous tree, originating as a seedling from 'Mikawa yatsubusa'. New leaves in spring are pink-red, later becoming cream-white with a pink blush. Fall color is orange to red. Prefers sun/partial shade in well-drained soil. 2' tall x 2' wide in 10 years.

Fächerahorn 'Skeeter's Broom' - Acer palmatum 'Skeeter's Broom'

Fächerahorn 'Skeeter's Broom' - Acer palmatum 'Skeeter's Broom'

This is what I wanted to do around the pond and as a walk way to the patio. Oh we don't have a patio yet...

This is what I wanted to do around the pond and as a walk way to the patio. Oh we don't have a patio yet...

upright maple Acer 'Orido Nishiki'. Grows to around 15-18’ in 15 – 20 years. New spring foliage is bright pink, white, cream and green, sometimes entirely white. This cultivar does not produce as much non variegated foliage as some other forms. It also has a great natural shape. (www.portlandnursery.com)

upright maple Acer 'Orido Nishiki'. Grows to around 15-18’ in 15 – 20 years. New spring foliage is bright pink, white, cream and green, sometimes entirely white. This cultivar does not produce as much non variegated foliage as some other forms. It also has a great natural shape. (www.portlandnursery.com)

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Different types of Japanese maples

Different types of Japanese maples

Acer palmatum 'Pinkie'

Acer palmatum 'Pinkie'