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MAY 2012*


NEW 51198 Acer rubrum 'Shocking Gold' - 20-25'. (-30°F, USDA Zones 3-9). Shocking yellow gold leaves grace this beautiful tree with an upright habit. In fall the bright yellow leaves turn to a vibrant red with some yellow in the veins. A magnificent rare tree which will be the center piece of your garden. 1-2' $24.95

AVAILABILITY: All varieties are available for immediate delivery as long as stock is available, unless indicated otherwise. Because rare forms are in limited supply, it is advisable to order early in the spring even on varieties for fall delivery. Every effort is made to supply material in good health and true to name. Please indicate substitutes with your order, if possible.

OUR POLICY: Due to the many problems that can affect maples which are beyond our control, we restrict replacement to a half-price basis during the first 60 days only.

SHIPPING: We prefer to ship maples when they are in a dormant state. However, maples can be shipped any time of the year even in periods of soft growth, only if shipped by air. During the soft growth period, we reserve the right to delay shipment for a short period until the growth hardens. We do sometimes get late soft growth in the fall which can delay shipment.

Most of our trees are container-grown; they can be shipped based on the aforementioned schedule. A few of our trees are field-grown, which means they are not available until they go dormant in the fall.

We try to ship the maples when safe delivery is assured, taking into account that you would like to get the maples when you would like to plant them. To minimize shipping expenses, large sizes are best shipped fully dormant. Any maple measuring 4' or over may require shipment by a method other than FED EX, which can add to the cost of shipping (see index for general shipping information). If your maples arrive at a time that doesn’t permit immediate planting due to weather conditions, they can be safely held as long as dormant, in a cool greenhouse, basement or garage.

ABOUT SIZES: Because of the way maples grow and the different heights at which they are grafted, listing sizes is difficult. For example, two plants of the same cultivar may grow only 6" or may shoot out to 18", but, after the next growth, both plants will be the same size.  Size 1 means 4" to 18", which is generally a one year graft; With dissectum types, the maple may be grafted at 3 ft., but if it is only 1 ft. wide, we list it as Size 1.

GROWTH SIZE: The number listed after the name is the height at ten years of age. of course, size will vary with planting location, fertilization and irrigation. Dissectum varieties can be staked up to the desired height and will generally cascade down and out from there.


50418 Acer ‘Johin’ — 12-20’, red. Now considered a hybrid of Acer palmatum and shirasawanum. The new foliage on this maple is a bright, deep red that fades a little into summer. They are glossy and well divided into broad serrated lobes. Fall color is red-orange and an beautiful last hurrah to the season. 5-6’ $119.95

50321 Acer ‘White Tigress’ — 20’. (-20oF, USDA Zones 5-8). This multi stemmed tree or shrub has green bark with conspicuous white stripes. The leaves are shallowly lobed and about 4-6" wide. Dark green Spring color that turns to yellow in the fall. This is a A. davidii x A. tegmentosum cross often place with A. pensylvanticum because of its stripped bark. 4-5’ $75.95

ACER SPECIES, except Acer palmatum
50012 Acer campestre — 35’. (-30oF, USDA Zones 4-8). Typically a tree with an upright, bushy habit. The 2-4" deep green leaves have wavy margins and are wider than long, with 3-5 lobes each. Often it produces a number of winged seeds which offer contrast to the different greens of the leaves. In fall the dense foliage becomes golden, and against the background of the autumn blue sky, is magnificent! Light gray, attractive bark. A desirable tree; excellent used in screens or on its own. 6-7’ $69.95

50369 Acer campestre ‘Carnival’ — 15’. A slow growing shrubby tree, usually to 10’. The carnival starts in the spring when leaves emerge pink. As they mature, they slowly become green with wide white outlines. Give this little guy some shelter from afternoon sun and let the fun begin! 2-3’ $32.95, 3-4’ $49.95, 4-5’ $55.95

50215 Acer campestre ‘Postalense’ — 10’. New foliage is golden yellow, looking as if it were blooming, then turning green for the summer. It will hold the yellow green in the summer if it is planted where it gets just morning sun. 5-6’ $59.95

50217 Acer campestre ‘Pulverulentum’ — 12-15’. This not so common maple is great for the smaller garden. Similar to the species but with smaller leaves, softly mottled a creamy white. Add brightness to a partially shaded area. It is subject to sunburn if planted in too much sun. 1-2’ $32.95, 4-5’ $49.95, 5-6’ $59.95, 7-8’ $79.95

51090 Acer campestre ‘Royal Ruby’ — 12-15’. This cultivar is named for the bright red color of the new foliage. Give full sun and prune when young to encourage dense branching for more tips to give the wonderful color. As a bonus the seed wings are also a showy red in the spring. #1 $19.95

50010 Acer carpinifolium - Hornbeam Maple — 30’. (-30oF, USDA Zones 4-8). A vase-shaped, multistemmed, large shrub or small tree with dark green leaves changing to gold and brown in the fall. The flowers, showing around May, are greenish in color, and the smooth bark is a very nice, gray color. VERY RARE. 5-6’ $49.95

50001 Acer circinatum - Vine Maple — 15’. (-30oF, USDA Zones 4-8). This native of the Pacific Northwest grows as a graceful, open, often vine-like tree under a canopy of large conifers in its native habitat. When grown in the open, it is bushier with straight stems. Famous for its scarlet show of autumn color in the western forests, Vine Maples can display more yellow at lower elevations! Medium sized leaves are orbicular with 7 lobes. 3-4’ $35.95, 4-5’ $59.95, 5-6’ $79.95

50931 Acer circinatum ‘Del’s Dwarf’ — 6’. A very nice small circinatum with a big tree personality. Leaves in summer have a blushed roses bronze giving real summer interest. Plant it by a path so you can see the colors up close. An interesting new cultivar. 1-2’ $39.95, 2-3’ $69.95

51063 Acer circinatum ‘Little Little Gem’ — 5-6’. It is a seedling of ‘Little Gem’ and has small leaves an is of a more open upright habit. Cute but we hope it will receive a more distinctive name to avoid confusion. 4-5’ $49.95

50298 Acer circinatum ‘Pacific Fire’ — 12-14’. A multitrunk tree with new growth emerging purple and orange, further offset by the bright red bark providing year-round color. Light green leaves turn gold in the fall. Growth rate of 12-18" a year. 1-2’ $39.95, 2-3’ $44.95

50370 Acer circinatum ‘Pacific Sprite’ — 8-10’. This dwarf has small crinkly leaves that are dark green in summer and wonderfully colored in fall with yellows, reds, and oranges. It likes partial shade and will make a v-shaped plant of 4 by 3’ in about 10 years. 2-3’ $44.95, 3-4’ $49.95, 4-5’ $89.95

50424 Acer circinatum ‘Sunglow’ — 8-10’. Leaves are similar to A. shiirasawanum ‘Aureum’ in there rounded habit but smaller. They are a wonderful yellow blushed with peachy coral in spring, turning green in summer and plum-red, purple, and crimson in fall. A fine cultivar. 3-4’ $55.95

50423 Acer circinatum ‘Sunny Sister’ — 6’. A Bucholz selection with outstanding yellow peach spring foliage turning to a peach brushed over green for summer. Good in sun or shade. Striking also in spring and summer. 1-2’ $39.95

50991 Acer circinatum ‘Whitney Broom’ — 4’. This cutie is smaller in all its parts than ‘Little Gem’. Tighter growth habit with smaller internodes and leaves. If that isn’t enough, it even has orange to red fall color!! 1-2’ $49.95, 2-3’ $55.95

50371 Acer x conspicuum ‘Phoenix’ — 12’. (-10oF, USDA Zones 4-8). This interesting cross of A. pensylvanicum and A. davidii is a strong growing snake bark maple that dazzles in winter with its vivid ruby red shoots with thin white stripes. The shoots and branches are showy in summer dressed in salmon pink with the 3-lobed apple green leaves and even showier after the golden yellow leaves of fall drop and expose the coral branches striped white. 6-7’ $129.95

51153 Acer x conspicuum ‘Silver Cardinal — This is a variegated large shrub or small tree with leaves that are splashed with pink, cream, and light green. It is set of by its red petioles and young stems and its slightly weeping form. Outstanding. 2-3’ $32.95

50003 Acer davidii - David’s Maple — 30’. (-20oF, USDA Zones 5-8). Silvery white stripes on smooth green bark make this tree particularly striking in winter. While the mature leaves are unlobed, oblong and usually thicker at the base, the juvenile foliage and leaves on young trees will be slightly to fully 3 lobed. Leaves turn yellow and red-orange in the fall. In spring, clusters of yellow flowers hang from the branches, followed by samaras of soft green and pink. Acer davidii grows vigorously, ultimately forming a well shaped landscape tree, often with a multi-trunk habit. 2-3’ $29.95, 3-4’ $39.95

50005 Acer griseum - Paper Bark Maple — 30’. (-30oF, USDA Zones 4-8). Strips of cinnamon and irregular colored bark peel away from the trunk, exposing a smooth copper bark beneath on this sometimes multistemmed slender, upright tree. Curls of peeling bark remain attached, creating a richly textured appearance, especially showy in winter. Famous for its spectacular fall color, a melange of yellow, orange and red, lasting longer than most. This small tree has long been on collector’s lists and works well alone or mixed in anywhere. 4-5’ $79.95, 5-6’ $99.95

ACER JAPONICUM CULTIVARS Note: The common name Japanese Maple usually refers to trees from palmatum species, however, many other fine species share similar characteristics and are indeed native to Japan. We suggest you look at Acer japonicum and Acer shirasawanum, in particular. For additional information regarding Japanese maples, there are excellent books listed in our Book Section.

Acer japonicum — 10-15’. Known as the Full Moon Maple, this outstanding species and its cultivars are prized by gardeners all over the world. The leaves unfold like a fan to a glowing green and then are exceptionally lovely in the fall with a glowing yellow to red. Its smaller stature and interesting form are ideal for almost any garden setting.

51020 Acer japonicum 6910 — 7-8’. Small A. japonicum that we offered years ago and are happy to see back. It is slower growing with small er leaves than the species. Just seems to be more refined than most and comes out yellow green in spring and goes out in fall with a wonderful crimson! #1 $39.95

50019 Acer japonicum ‘Aconitifolium’ - Fern Leaf Maple — 16’. (-20oF, USDA Zones 5-8). This cultivar is also known as ‘Mai kujaku’ (dancing peacock). It is a vigorous grower, strong in structure and forms a well-branched, rounded tree. The leaves are striking in their deeply incised texture. Although it is not known as a flowering tree, look closely and you will notice small spring flowers of wine and white. In autumn the scarlet leaves set the garden aflame with shades of red and orange. #1 $19.95, 1-2’ $29.95, 2-3’ $34.95, 3-4’ $49.95, 4-5’ $129.95

51049 Acer japonicum ‘Aka Omote’ — Rare, mid-sized tree with red-purple leaves that turn bronze-green in summer and then brunt-red in fall. An unusual color for a japonicum. 3-4’ $49.95, 4-5’ $89.95

51123 Acer japonicum ‘Ao jutan’ — DWARF. Round green smaller than the species leaves with a dense habit to 2’ high and 5’ wide in 10 years. This is an unusual habit for a A. japonicum. 3-4’ $79.95

50082 Acer japonicum ‘Attaryi’ — 35 TO 40’. Smooth, gray bark and large, deeply cleft leaves with 7-9 lobes and coarse serrations. Leaves are green with scarlet and orange-yellow fall color. Flowers red in nodding clusters. #1 $29.95, 3-4’ $54.95

51075 Acer japonicum ‘Emmit’s Pumpkins’ — 11’, PALMATUM ?, green. Young lacy leaves are shade of orange turning green with a blush of gold-orange as they mature and then fall turns them glowing orange-red. 4-5’ $89.95

51015 Acer japonicum ‘Fairy Lights’ — 5’. This is the most dissected leaf of the Acer japonicums. Outstanding. The fall color is great and won’t take a back seat to any other cultivar. This Australian introduction is some what smaller and more delicate than ‘Green Cascade’. A nice addition to the small garden. 2-3’ $69.95

50022 Acer japonicum ‘Green Cascade’ — This selection is unique for its weeping habit, similar to that of the A. palmatum dissectums. The main stem should be staked to the desired height when young. The pendulous branches will cascade down, creating a graceful mound. Leaves are cut to the center and finely divided, giving a lacy appearance. Fall tones are brilliant yellow, orange, and crimson. ‘Green Cascade’ is the discovery of the late Art Wright of Canby, Oregon. 2-3’ $49.95, 3-4’ $69.95

50308 Acer japonicum ‘Itaya’ — 20’. Rounded leaves with the lobes separated about 1/3 to the leaf base. Bold structure with short internodes enables a strong plant. Fall color is spectacular with bright yellows, oranges, and reds. 4-5’ $79.95

50268 Acer japonicum ‘O isami’ — 25’. The large 11-lobed leaves on this tree measure about 4-5", are light green in the spring, turn to a rich green in the summer and stay green until late in the fall without sunburning. The fall coloration is outstanding, reds and yellows, blending with deep scarlet. It is a vigorous grower with a rounded top. Very nice. #1 $32.95, 4-5’ $85.95

50375 Acer japonicum ‘O taki’ — 12’. Chosen by many for its outstanding, brilliant fall colors of crimson, gold, yellow and red, what a compote! Leaves are multilobed, heavily textured and lightly feathered. The short, thick, twigs and branches add character to this landscape specimen. 6-7’ $139.95

50374 Acer japonicum ‘Oregon Fern’ — 45’. No need to buy both ‘Green Cascade’ and ‘Aconitifolium’, just get ‘Oregon Fern’! Its emerald green leaves are heavily dissected like the former and its growth habit is upright and sturdy like the latter. But its fall color, is "truly sensational ruby red" according to Vertrees. A must have for the collector or the weekend gardener. 2-3’ $69.95

51104 Acer japonicum ‘Ruby’ — Think of transparent colored sheets with olive green layered over red-purple that is darker at the medium sized leaf edges. Then in fall look for a showy display of purple, red, and orange! 1-2’ $39.95, 2-3’ $44.95

50970 Acer japonicum ‘Taki no gawa’ — 20’. This cultivar reminds me a little of ‘Vitifolium’ although leaf margins are not as serrated. Spring foliage has reddish tinge, summer foliage is deep green and not as deeply cut. In fall the leaves are yellow with red-orange veins and leaf tips. Excellent alternative for those that want Vitifolium form and leaf shape but don’t have the space. #1 $19.95, 4-5’ $89.95

50190 Acer japonicum ‘Vitifolium’ — 40’. The deep green, very large leaves on this thick, sturdy tree resemble grape leaves, hence the name. It is strong growing and becomes broad and round topped with age. The magnificent fall colors are predominantly gold, crimson and scarlet. Once established, it is very vigorous and delightful. #1 $19.95, 3-4’ $59.95

51074 Acer japonicum ‘Yama kagi’ — 20-25’. A strong growing, statement making cultivar with large leaves that begin the growing season in lime-green, then changes to rich green in summer, and then in fall dresses for attention in bright burnt orange. 2-3’ $69.95, 3-4’ $49.95

Acer leucoderme — See Acer saccharum ssp. leucoderme.

50163 Acer monspessulanum — 35’. (-10oF, USDA Zones 6-9). A Mediterranean species, this maple has thick, leathery, trilobed leaves that can be semi evergreen in warmer zones. Scarce and quite difficult to propagate, it matures to be the perfect accent tree for large gardens. The greenish yellow leaves tend to droop at just the right time of year to enhance the view of the red samaras. 4-5’ $69.95

50171 Acer negundo ‘Flamingo’ — 30’. (-30oF, USDA Zones 4-9). Beautiful and interesting leaves emerge hot pink with white and gradually turn to white and green while still keeping some of the pink. At its best, the foliage makes the tree appear in full flower in clouds of pink. Intensity and amount of pink coloration does vary somewhat from year to year. It will also be affected by cultivation conditions. The tree has none of the drawbacks of the common form of A. negundo. In the garden, this magnificent specimen is a sight to behold, drawing comments from all who see it. 1-2’ $18.95, 3-4’ $34.95

50263 Acer negundo ‘Violaceum’ — 45’. The branches show deeper red to violet tones than other forms and also show a blue cast on growth at times offering lots of contrast. Young shoots are blackish purple with a purple bloom. Leaflets are covered with soft, silky hairs underneath. 1-2’ $19.95, 2-3’ $24.95, 3-4’ $35.95

50376 Acer negundo ‘Winter Lightning’ — 45’. If you want winter interest in a faster growing maple this is a great choice! Bright tangerine shoots bring a smile to gray days. Fall color is a vivid yellow. A great choice to blend with blue to green toned conifers. 2-3’ $24.95, 3-4’ $34.95, 4-5’ $59.95

Acer pectinatum ssp. forrestii — 50’. (-20oF, USDA Zones 5-8). Syn. A. forrestii. A rare maple from northern Yunnan in China. Usually multistemmed in habit and fast growing. Bark has narrow white stripes and the leaves are 3-lobed with the central lobe clearly longer than the side lobes.

50933 Acer pectinatum ssp. forrestii ‘Alice’ — 45’. Then branches show deeper red to violet tones than other forms and also show a blue cast on growth at times offering lots of contrast. Young shoots are blackish purple with a purple bloom. Leaflets are covered with soft silky hairs underneath. 4-5’ $59.95

Acer pensylvanicum - Striped Maple — 40’. (-40oF, USDA Zones 3-8). Syn. A. striatum. The bark on this tree is striped with white lines. Interesting year-round, it is particularly intriguing in the spring when the new pink shoots appear, also striped. In fall, the golden yellow of the foliage is attractively offset by the white striped, reddish bark.

50265 Acer pensylvanicum ‘Erythrocladum’ — 20’. This is a slow growing small tree. It has salmon red bark in the winter with conspicuous white stripes. In summer this color disappears, turning to a muted greenish white. 1-2’ $49.95

Acer pseudoplatanus — (-30oF, USDA Zones 4-7) A terrific species of Maple. Mature height is to 60’ although some specimens have reached 100’. Leaves are three lobed, strongly serrate, and have a heavy texture. Very nice deep green canopy on this upright broad tree. Great for shade.

50367 Acer pseudoplatanus ‘Eskimo Sunset’ — This new Sycamore maple is a stunning display of pink, pink and more pink! The large leaves will sometimes have spots or splotches of light or dark green, giving the tree an overall stained glass look. This will be a small tree, mature size is still to be observed. Give this beauty full or part shade and you’ll be in the pink! 1-2’ $59.95


NEW 51198 Acer rubrum 'Shocking Gold' - 20-25'. (-30°F, USDA Zones 3-9). Shocking yellow gold leaves grace this beautiful tree with an upright habit. In fall the bright yellow leaves turn to a vibrant red with some yellow in the veins. A magnificent rare tree which will be the center piece of your garden. 1-2' $24.95


Acer shirasawanum — 15’. (-20oF, USDA Zones 5-8). This tree will frequently be wider than it is tall with a multibranched growth habit. The bark is gray to greyish-brown. The light green leaves emerge in May. Their delicate nature and broad, serrated lobes (9-13 of them) create a wonderful texture contrast when planted with other maples. Fall brings a melding of golden and crimson to the foliage of this landscape gem.

50020 Acer shirasawanum ‘Aureum’ - Golden Full Moon — 20’. The name of this tree comes from the golden, roundish leaves that are shallowly separated into 11, pointed lobes. Often the tips will turn bright red in fall, leaving the center of the leaf shining like a golden full moon. In spring, the leaves unfold pale yellow-green that will deepen into golden tones with summer sunshine. Too much sun can burn them in hotter climates. Slow stubby growth gives ‘Aureum’ a compactness that is ideal for container growing. Since this tree is very slow growing when young, Size 1 will be small. #1 $35.95, 1-2’ $39.95, 4-5’ $119.95, 5-6’ $139.95

50143 Acer shirasawanum ‘Autumn Moon’— 20’. Similar to Aureum’ in leaf shape and growth pattern, but this maple has pink to purple tints to the leaves all summer. A wonderful large shrub or multistemmed tree. 2-3’ $69.95

51060 Acer shirasawanum ‘Garden Glory’— 15-20’. Pink flushed new growth turns lime-green in summer and then pumpkin orange in the fall. Fairly fast growing and this introduction from Holland can take full sun in most locations. 4-5’ $89.95

51161 Acer shirasawanum ‘Jordan’ — This Italian introduction has circular nine to eleven lobed leaves that open bright yellow with rose edges in spring and turn yellow for summer. It is a vigorous, upright, small tree that will be just right even in small gardens. 2-3’ $79.95

50355 Acer shirasawanum ‘Junihitoe’ — 10-12’. This is one of the smallest of the species with very small leaves, only 2 to 3". This is a stubby growing short tree with an intricate and dense structure as opposed to the open growth habit of the species. Leaves are a rich dark green which turn into brilliant orange tones in the fall. To add to the fall show, the samaras also turn orange around the edges and are held in pretty, tight bunches like little bouquets. We’re excited to have ‘Junihitoe’ added to our list of shirasawanum cultivars. 2-3’ $69.95

50094 Acer shirasawanum ‘Microphyllum’— 20’. Syn. A. japonicum ‘Microphyllum’. The leaves have a rounded outline and are slightly cupped with serrated leaf margins. The dark green leaves are relatively thick resulting in an interesting texture. The red petioles provide a delightful contrast to the green leaves. The fall leaf color is a bright combination of oranges and yellows. 4-5’ $79.95, 5-6’ $89.95

51093 Acer shirawanum Moonrise™ — 18’. Syn. A. s. ‘Munn001’. This is a chance seedling of A. s. ‘Aureum’ discovered by Carl Munn, in Brooks, Oregon. The new growth tis bright red turning to yellow in the sun and lime-green in the shade. Its structure is multi-trunked and low branching. #1 $29.95

50172 Acer shirasawanum ‘Ogura yama’ — 12’. This outstanding cultivar is a favorite where ever it is grown. It has smaller leaves than most shirasawanums and holds it’s foliage in a forward manner on the branch, seemingly giving each leaf it’s own space. The rich green color in summer turns to a perfect ripe pumpkin orange in the fall. I don’t know of another cultivar that has this true orange color. #1 $19.95

50099 Acer shirasawanum ‘Palmatifolium’ — 25-30’. Small, vigorous upright tree with colorful foliage throughout the seasons. The deeply incised 11-lobed leaf is bright green in spring. Fall colors are yellow and gold tinged with crimson. 1-2’ $59.95, 2-3’ $69.95

50373 Acer shirasawanum ‘Red Dawn’ — 25’. This very upright selection holds its red color better than most cultivars. Landscapers like to use it where they want an aristocrat of Japanese maples to stand. Wonderful with woodland plants growing underneath its protective canopy. And, it has beautiful fall color. 2-3’ $59.95

50332 Acer shirasawanum ‘Ruby red’ — 12’. This is the closest to red of any of the new Acer shiraswanum cultivars that are presently available. It is probably a cross between shiaswanum and palmatum with the most characteristics of shiraswanum. Fall color is a fantastic blue red. 2-3’ $49.95

51055 Acer shirasawanum ‘Sensu’ — ?. Large deeply cut 7 lobbed leaves come out in t he spring a soft peachy green, then to green in summer, and great peach-red to red in the fall. You are going to like this one. #1 $19.95

Acer sieboldianum — 30’. (-20oF, USDA Zones 5-9). True to its origins, this tree offers the beauty and integrity of a native Japanese maple. It’s a handsome, erect plant with smooth, gray bark and dark green leaves which often have a red border and shape reminiscent of A. japonicum leaves. While preferring moist, open spots in its native habitat, it will perform admirably in a wide range of climate and cultivation. The fall color is a striking copper-red.

50969 Acer sieboldianum ‘Mikasa yama’ — 20’. Formerly offered as an Acer japonicum cultivar this small tree has lovely foliage. Rounded leaves cut half way to the leaf base, silvery yellow green in spring and yellow, sometimes tinged with red in the fall. Similar to, but more refined than A. s. ‘Kinugasa yama’. 5-6’ $219.95

50008 Acer sieboldianum ‘Sode-no-uchi’ — 6-8’. This dwarf-growing tree is the smallest leafed of the species. It has 1-2" leaves that are bright yellow-green and hold well throughout the season. In the fall the leaves turn yellow to red. It will fit most any type of landscaping and would be particularly nice in containers on your patio. A good bonsai candidate also, as it forms a tight shape with very little pruning. Rare in cultivation. 5-6’ $219.95

Acer tataricum ssp. ginnala - Amur Maple — 25’. (-30oF, USDA Zones 4-8). This should be called Amor Maple, because you’ll fall in love with it! The leaves are only about 3" long, and become vivid scarlet in the autumn. The winged seeds turn red while the leaves are still green, giving a show that persists until the big fall extravaganza takes place. We like it not only for the beauty but for the hardiness.

51026 Acer tataricum ssp. ginnala ‘Emerald Elf’ — 6’. A slow growing, compact, hardy plant that is about as wide as it is high. It has wonderful bright scarlet to purple-red fall color. 4-5’ $45.95

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