Acer palmatum (Japanese Maple)
Scott grows and grafts many varieties of this Asian native that range from shrubs to small trees. Japanese maples are easy to care for and require little-to-no pruning, but some cultivars can be impacted by scorching sun and wind. All ornamental cultivars grow best in moist, well-draining soil and full-to-part sun. They are hardy in zones 5-9.
A shrubby, upright Japanese maple with white, pink and green variegated leaves.
Slow-growing, mounding form reaches four feet tall. Intricate, lace-like bright green leaves transform to brilliant fall foliage.
Pink and white foliage resembles floating clouds from a distance.
A weeping Japanese maple cultivar with purple-burgundy leaves that turn scarlett red in the fall.
Grows to 25 feet tall. Purple leaves turn deep red in the fall.
Weeping branches with crimson leaves that turn bright red in the fall. Grows to ten feet tall with a wide form.
Weeping structure with lace-like leaves. Bright green summer foliage turns orange-red in the fall.
'Manyo No Sato'
Shows off green and purple variegated leaves. Grows to six feet tall after ten years.
Acer griseum (Paperbark Maple)
A stunning tree reaching 30 feet tall with vibrant fall foliage and copper-red paper-like exfoliating bark that makes a statement in the winter landscape. Paperbark maples prefer well-drained soil conditions and grow in full sun to part shade. They are hardy in zones 4-9.
Please contact us with any questions regarding which tree is best-suited for your landscape, or questions about maple trees specifically.