Gorgeous tree small enough for your favorite container! Sometimes ‘new’ trends are actually ‘old’ trends in fresh clothes. Sometimes they are really old trends – like 1,000 year old trends. Take the latest fascination with smaller plants suited for smaller, urban gardens. You’ll see this trend popping up in every magazine, paper and lifestyle show right now. It makes sense. People are downsizing, moving back to cities, cultivating smaller gardens. Smaller plants are needed to fill this niche. Some plants are ‘engineered’. Some are discovered. Some are rediscovered. Take the Dwarf Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum) for instance.This is not a new plant…not by any stretch of the imagination. The first mention of them in Japanese literature is from the 7th century. (That’s seventh, as in a long, long time ago.) They were first brought into cultivation in Europe in 1820. (Also a long, long time ago.) So to say that these plants are becoming trendy now is almost laughable. But they are enjoying a fresh resurgence and a whole new group of admirers.And what’s not to admire? Delicate leaves, beautiful shapes, stunning colors. They provide an instantly refined look in your garden bed or patio container.Do you need a tree as a focal point? A tree that will accent your entry or will bring attention to a special feature of your house? Dwarf Japanese Maples will do the job like no other tree can. They typically only grow to 8 feet tall and just as wide, and that takes many years. They will happily live in a container for their entire lives. These lovely trees are prized by landscape designers, and are adaptable ornamental trees.Dwarf Japanese Maples are an easy and satisfying way to hop on the latest trend of smaller plants…even if it has been a couple thousand years in the making! Buy yours from us today! *Adaptable*Drought Tolerant*Three Seasons of Color *Container perfect*Sun or shade.
Cascading foliage brings your garden to life! Professional garden designers know that there are several elements at play in making a successful garden. Two of the top necessities are mystery and movement. Tamukeyama Japanese Maples gives you both!Also known as laceleaf & cutleaf Japanese maples, Tamukeyama Japanese Maple Tree (Acer palmatum var. dissectum ‘Tamukeyama) covers itself in beautiful, deeply cut plum-colored foliage from spring to fall. And when we say “covers itself”, we mean from top to bottom – the branches droop down to the ground completely obscuring the trunk. In a pot or raised bed by a wall or a pond the branches will even extend beyond the bottom of the trunk like the train of a royal kimono.This supremely graceful ornamental weeping Japanese maple tree will turn heads in your garden. Tamukeyama is a statement tree. Plant it where it can be enjoyed every day by you and your visitors. The Tamukeyama Japanese Maple is a slow grower. It tends to be dwarf, growing only 6-10 feet tall but 10 -12 feet wide. Its size and weeping habit make it work in any sized garden, in sun or shade.Tamukeyama Japanese Maple is a designer’s delight and will make your home landscape look like a professional did it!* Designer favorite * Holds leaf color in the shade * Colorful red bark in winter * Also known as laceleaf & curleaf japanese mapleFor Iron ChlorosisMaple Tree Galls.
The reigning monarch of Japanese maples!Japanese Maples are easily one of the most beautiful trees that you can buy to enhance your landscape and Emperor One Japanese Maple Tree (Acer pd. ‘Emperor One’) is the cream of the crop!This exceptionally ornamental tree has gorgeous color that ranges throughout the year from rich plum purple to brilliant crimson red. Emperor One (Acer p. ‘Emperor 1’) or ‘Red Emperor’ as it is sometimes called, is later to leaf out in the spring than other species of Japanese Maples. This means that it isn’t as susceptible to surprise spring frost damage as others.One of the great qualities of Emperor One is its beautiful leaves. They are exquisitely shaped and colored, but what makes them stand out is their almost translucent quality. Emperor One seems to be glowing from the inside like a lamp when the sun hits it from behind. You have to see it to understand it, and once you do you won’t forget it. Even pictures can’t capture this beauty.The Emperor One Japanese Maple is a strong grower to 15 – 20 feet tall and wide, but can be pruned to any size. It will also thrive in a big container which will keep it naturally small. (If you want to keep it really small, you can prune it as an Emperor One Japanese Maple bonsai!)Emperor One Japanese Maple holds its color in the shade, so put it by the front door or use it as a foundation planting. Uplight it for a truly striking garden statement. Your yard will look like you paid a king’s ransom for it (but we’ll keep your secret!). * Landscaper’s favorite * Holds color in the shade * Translucent leaves with outstanding color * Three seasons of color For Iron ChlorosisMaple Tree Galls.
Beautiful Autumn Red Leaves For Nine Months A Year? You Bet!Can a tree make you & your neighbors say WOW? We bet that our Bloodgood Japanese Maple Tree will! Orange-red, Bronze-red, Purple-red. Anyway you label it this beauty is an exceptionally colorful ornamental tree.It explodes with scarlet leaves in the spring that only get more brilliant through the year. When fall finally comes, the cold weather makes the leaves even more red, giving you the best fall color on your street!The Bloodgood Japanese Maple growth rate is stellar. These 3 year old trees are shipped to you strong and healthy and once planted and well-watered they grow fast – 1-2 feet a year for the first few years. The tree will double in size in 5 years!The typical Bloodgood Japanese Maple size is 15 to 20 feet tall and wide, but pruning Japanese Maple Bloodgood is a cinch to do and the tree responds well to it. Prune it in autumn after the leaves have fallen and you can keep this easy-care tree to any size you like. It will even thrive in a big container, if you want to keep it small. (If you want to keep it really small, you can prune it as a Bloodgood Japanese Maple bonsai!)The delicate leaves are showcased on strong branches that are striking in the winter landscape after the leaves have fallen. Don’t let its delicate look fool you, though. This is a hardy plant. It grows fine in almost any soil – even hard clay – as long as it isn’t in standing water.It really shows off in shade, so don’t be afraid to plant it near the house or under taller trees. Unlike many shade plants, though, you can give Bloodgood Japanese Maple full sun as long as you give it plenty of water.Prized by landscape designers, this is an adaptable ornamental tree with remarkable color. It will make your yard look like you spent way more money than you did! It’s time to up your curb appeal. Order this gorgeous tree from us today!* Landscaper’s favorite * Highly adaptable * Drought tolerant* Three seasons of colorFor Iron ChlorosisMaple Tree Galls.
Up your curb appeal with this stunner!One of the quickest and easiest ways to raise the curb appeal (and the value) of your home is to add beautiful and interesting new landscaping. Inaba Shidare Japanese Maple Tree (Acer pd. ‘Inaba Shidare’) is definitely beautiful and interesting.This stunner is an exceptional ornamental tree, both in color and form. This is a weeping lace leaf maple, which means it has delicate-looking leaves on gracefully cascading branches. Don’t let the airy disposition of Inaba Shidare fool you, though. This is a strong grower. It grows upright and straight, even though its branches droop appealingly.It explodes in the spring with leaves that are such a deep scarlet they almost appear black. After that they only get more brilliant through the year. When fall finally comes, the cold weather makes the leaves a bright fiery red rivalling all other fall foliage.The Inaba Shidare Japanese Maple growth rate is outstanding. These 3 year old trees are shipped strong and healthy. Plant them and keep them well-watered and they will grow fast – 1-2 feet a year for the first few years. The tree will double in size in 5 years! Inaba Shidare Japanese Maples can grow 10 to 15 feet tall and wide, but Inaba Shidare resonds well to pruning. Do it in autumn after the leaves have fallen and you can keep this easy-care tree to any size you like. It will even thrive in a big container. (If you want to keep it really small, you can prune it as an Inaba Shidare Japanese Maple bonsai!) Try it next to a pond for a designer look.Give Inaba Shidare Japanese Maple full sun, plenty of water and a little afternoon shade and you’ll have striking color from spring to fall and stunning form all year round.* Landscaper’s favorite * Upright, cascading form * Intricate leaves with outstanding color * Three seasons of color * Winter interestFor Iron ChlorosisMaple Tree Galls.