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Maple

Acer japonicum Green Cascade A cascading or weeping form of japonicum. The leaves are quite large and in spring are a brilliant bright green. The overall shape of ‘Green Cascade’ is quite different than other forms in that it is far more sprawling when young. It does become much more dense with age. Like other japonicums it is in autumn that ‘Green Cascade’ really shines with brilliant displays of red, yellow and orange foliage.

Origin: Japan

acer japonicum vitifolium © 2013(Vine-leafed Maple) A fantastic garden selection with brilliant red-orange autumn colour. Purple-red flowers are borne in clusters before new foliage emerges in spring. Leaves are large, lobed and have serrated margins. Suitable for all landscape situations when planted in a protected area.

Origin: Japan

Acer japonicum AconitifoliumBeautiful Japanese Maple with deeply divided green leaflets that are always highlighted with red in spring-summer on mature foliage. A small spreading deciduous specimen tree. In autumn stunning orange red and gold tones.

acer green cascadeHorizontal branching that tiers down with age making a magnificent shrub rarely more than 1-1.5 metres. The orange red and gold autumn tones are equal to any cultivar.  Introduced to Australian gardeners by Yamina Rare Plants "Arnold Teese "

Big leaf maple or oregon maple. Large deciduous tree. Largest leaves of any maple, typically 15–30 cm (5.9–11.8 in) across, with five deeply incised palmate lobes, with the largest running to 61 centimetres (24 in). Flowers in spring, greenish-yellow with inconspicuous petals.

Common name the Syrian maple is a Middle-eastern species of maple. Evergreen shrub.The leaves are normally gray-green.

Deciduous shrub or small tree. The flowers are produced in small cymes, the individual flowers with five red or purple sepals and five whitish petals. Used as understock for grafting varieties of maples.

acer palmatum aratamaThis delightful dwarf shrub is sought after for its bright red foliage. The older leaves carry darker tones, while the new foliage is bright red. The name 'Aratama' means "uncut gem". This variety is well suited to a sunny position. An incredibly beautiful plant.

Origin: Japan

acer palmatum butterfly 'Butterflies' is a neat-growing, upright tree with precocious, deep yellow flowers. Flowers have 10-16 tepals intermediate in size between those of the parents. The stamens are red as in the pollen parent.

Acer palmatum Coonara Pygmy This dwarf green maple is well suited to bonsai applications due to its soft green new growth and dense growth habit. Autumn colours are orange and red. Reaches a height of 2 meters and a spread of 1 meter. Originated as a witches broom mutation.

Origin: Australia

Hamamelis intermedia Jelena

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intermedia Jelena

Opulent rosy-red flowers

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Red to copper-red flowers

Hamamelis Intermedia dianne Hamamelis
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