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Acer griseum
Paperbark Maple
Acer griseum is always in short supply due to very slow growth rate and unique characteristics. Its ultimate size is quite variable depending on soil and site conditions; width less than height in an upright-oval form. Exfoliating beautiful red-brown or cinnamon bark with small trifoliate dark green summer foliage turning bronze or red in fall. Typical winged maple seed. Grown as specimen due to mostly touble-free assets, will make a long term statement in the landscape.
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Zone
4-8
Height
Expect 20-30'H, can reach 50'
Foliage
trifoliate, dark green
Fall foliage
bronze, red, and/or orange
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Acer palmatum 'Fireglow'
Fireglow Japanese Maple
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Zone
5-9
Height
12-15'
Spread
6-8'
Foliage
dark purplish/ red with green infusions
Fall foliage
bright red with green infusions
Growth Rate
slow
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Acer palmatum 'Tsukushigata'
Tsukushigata Japanese Maple
Beautiful upright tree with deep red/black foliage that turns scarlet in the fall. The green seed set makes for a stunning contrast in any landscape.
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Zone
5-8
Height
7-12'
Spread
5-7'
Foliage
red/black with green veins
Fall foliage
fiery red
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Acer palmatum 'Twombley's Red Sentinel'
Twombly's Red Sentinel Japanese Maple
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Acer palmatum var. atropurpureum 'Bloodgood'
Bloodgood Japanese Maple
Likely the most popular upright, large-leaved, tree form Japanese maple grown in this country. Though it is known to sunburn some in very hot exposed sites, it generally will maintain its almost black-red color well into late summer, then giving up red to express reddish-green in some sites. Success is attributed to the strong growth and upright habit. Believed to have been originally propagated by the Bloodgood Nursery, Long Island, New York. Some believe it originated in Europe...no matter who saw it as a great opportunity, they were right.
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Zone
5-8
Height
15-20' H
Spread
15-20' W
Foliage
black-red
Fall foliage
reddish-green
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Acer palmatum var. atropurpureum 'Emperor I'
Emperor Japanese Maple
Has an upright growth habit, is a fast grower. Large red leaves have blue tones and holds good summer color. It also ahs good fall color and glows when backlit. Leafs out 2-3 weeks earlier than 'Bloodgood', which helps avoid frost damage. Very stunning.
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Zone
5-8
Height
15-20'
Spread
15-20'
Foliage
red
Fall foliage
red
Growth Rate
fast
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Acer palmatum var. atropurpureum 'Trompenburg'
Trompenburg Japanese Maple
Deep purple-red foliage lasts well into the summer before turning deep red-green in summer to crimson-red in fall. Leaves have 5-7 lobes with deep sinuses. Grows upright when young, becoming more broad with age.
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Zone
5-8
Height
13-16'
Spread
10-13'
Foliage
red-purple
Fall foliage
crimson red
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Acer palmatum var. dissectum 'Seiryu'
Upright Green Leaf Japanese Maple
'Seiryu' is vigorous for a Japanese maple. It has an upright arching habit with finely dissected light green leaves that do not scorch in full sun. Dark brown-green bark. Spectacular fall colors range from gold to light yellow with shades of crimson in most leaves to a wonderful bronze-brown before falling; for a change from the red dissectums, this is it!
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Height
12-15'
Spread
8-10'
Foliage
light green
Fall foliage
gold to light-yellow, shades of crimson
Growth Rate
fast
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Acer palmatum var. dissectum 'Viridis'
Green Japanese Laceleaf Maple
In the trade, 'Viridis' has come to mean any dissectum that is green and holds all the characteristics of the red dissectums indicated by atropurpureum. However, I am not aware of any named cultivars of 'Viridis' but rather we see only the term 'Viridis'. There are in fact, other green A. p. dissectum cultivars such as 'Waterfall' but there are only a few. Confused? It is not that bad, because I have yet to see a plant labelled 'Viridis' that looked too much different from all the others. In any event, this is one spectacular plant that I have personal knowledge of. I have a stock plant in my landscape that is about 10' across and 4' tall against a red brick wall facing due west, the afternoon summer temperature often reaches well over 100 degrees and yet this plant seems to love it; the soft green spring flush makes you want to stare while nothing is lost as the severe summer weather engulfs it. Very old specimens can reach 12' H, 12-15' W.
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Zone
5-8
Height
12'
Spread
12-15'
Foliage
green
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Acer palmatum var. dissectum atropurpureum 'Ever Red'
Ever Red Red Japanese Maple
Not just another red dissectum- its most distinguishing spring characteristic is the emerging foliage being covered with very fine silvery-gray hairs. Shortly after the foliage turns to a rich deep red. Fall color is bright red. In the trade, you may find 'fakes' which are easily distinguished by the lack of the pubescent hairs in spring.

'Ever Red' will mature at 12-15' H x 12-15' W although you probably will not see many of that size in the landscape. It remains the most popular and recognized red dissectum but may be overtaken by A. p. 'Garnet' and 'Crimson Queen' because it does not fair quite as well in full sun for leaf color.
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Zone
5-8
Height
12-15'
Spread
12-15'
Foliage
deep rich red
Fall foliage
bright red
Site
avoid full sun for best leaf color
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Acer palmatum var. dissectum atropurpureum 'Inaba Shidare'
Inaba Shidare Laceleaf Japanese Maple
It has large leaves (for a dissectum) and incredible deep purple-red foliage that holds all summer. Has vigorous growth.
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Height
8-10'
Foliage
deep purple-red
Fall foliage
red to crimson
Growth Rate
fast
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Acer palmatum var. dissectum atropurpureum 'Red Select'
Red Select Japanese Maple
This is a newer selection that promises to be a better performer than 'Garnet', 'Ever Red', 'Inaba Shidare' and others of the type. Not much is known about mature sizes, but expect dimensions similar to its cousins. The principal attraction currently is its ability to not burn or loose brightness in the summer heat and sun.
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Zone
5-8
Foliage
red
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Acer palmatum var. dissectum atropurpureum 'Tamukeyama'
Tamukeyama Laceleaf Japanese Maple
'Tamukeyama' has crimson-red young foliage that matures to purple-red and holds color well throughout the summer. Leafs out slightly later than other cultivars.
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Height
48-54"
Spread
48-54"
Foliage
crimson-red matures to purple-red
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Acer rubrum 'Bowhall'
Bowhall Red Maple
A red maple with an upright columnar-pyramidal top. Fall color is a good yellowish red with red mid-veins.
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Zone
3-9
Height
40'
Spread
10'
Foliage
green
Fall foliage
yellow-red with red mid-veins
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Acer rubrum 'October Glory'
October Glory Red Maple
'October Glory' and its cousin 'Red Sunset' seem to consistantly win all the popularity contests for fall color. 'October Glory' is similar to the species except has better form and holds its brilliant orange to red fall leaves longer.
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Height
40-60'
Spread
less than or equal to height
Fall foliage
orange to red
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Acer rubrum 'Red Sunset'
Red Sunset Maple
One of the very best red maples, 'Red Sunset' has a pyramidal to rounded outline with excellent orange to red fall color. It may be more cold hardy than other red maples.
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Height
40-60'
Spread
less than or equal to height
Fall foliage
orange to red
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Acer saccharum 'Green Mountain'
Green Mountain Sugar Maple
'Green Mountain' holds a more consistent outline than the species. Dark green leathery summer foliage turns brilliant scarlet, yellow, and some red tones in the fall. 'Green Mountain' is more tolerant of heat and dry, poor soil conditions than other A. saccharum cultivars.
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Height
60-70'
Spread
40-50'
Foliage
dark green, leathery
Fall foliage
scarlet, yellow, and some red
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Acer tegmentosum ‘Joe Witt’
MANCHURIAN SNAKEBARK MAPLE
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Aesculus octandra
Yellow Buckeye
A large shade or ornamental tree with an upright oval growth habit. Handsome medium to dark green foliage stays clean of foliar disease in summer. Fall color is a yellow-orange to yellow-brown. Upright panicles of solitary yellow-green flowers appear in mid-May. Brown capsules open in September or October and drow brown 'buck eye' nuts.
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Zone
3-8
Height
75'
Spread
40'
Foliage
medium to dark green
Fall foliage
pumpkin colored
Flower
yellow
Flowering Time
mid-May
Fruit
brown capsules, 'buck-eye' nuts
Growth Rate
moderate
Site
Full to partial sun, prefers rich, well-drained, deep and slighlty acidic soils; performs poorly in poor, clay or dry soils and in polluted areas.
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Aesculus parviflora
Bottlebrush Buckeye
A wide-spreading multi-stemmed shrub with excellent branching structure. White flowers appear on 8-12" long panicles June through July. This is an outstanding summer flowering plant, few can compete. Foliage is medium to dark green in summer, and a good yellow fall color. Deer and disease resistant
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Zone
4-8(9)
Height
8-12'
Spread
8-15'
Foliage
medium to dark green
Fall foliage
yellow
Flower
white
Flowering Time
June - July
Site
full sun or partial shade; does well in shade; prefers acid soil but is adaptable; pruning is seldom necessary
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Aesculus x carnea 'Briotii'
Briotii Red Horse Chestnut
Aesculus x carnea, commonly known as Red Horsechestnut, is a cross between A. pavia and A. hippocastanum. 'Briotii' has 10" dark red flowers that bloom late spring. It is widely adaptable to soil types, but does best in deep well drained soils. We have single stem and shrub form in production.
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Zone
4-7
Height
40-50'
Spread
30'
Flower
Dark Red; deeper red than species
Flowering Time
late spring, early summer
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Aesculus x carnea 'Ft. McNair'
Ft. McNair Red Horse Chestnut
Aesculus x carnea, commonly known as Red Horsechestnut, is a cross between A. pavia and A. hippocastanum. This cultivar was originally selected on the ground of Fort McNair in Washington D.C for its foliage and pink flowers with yellow throats. Is thought to be more resistant to leaf blotch, but still contracts the disease.
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Flower
pink flowers with yellow throat
Flowering Time
late spring/beginning of summer
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Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Autumn Brilliance'
Autumn Brilliance Apple Serviceberry
This is a hybrid between A. arborea and A. laevis. The nursery trade has brought much confusion to Amelanchier in that the similarities between A. aborea, A laevis, A. canadensis, and A. x grandiflora are many and thus some misnamed plants are available; we believe A. 'Autumn Brilliance' is the most commonly requested followed by A. canadensis as a native.
'Autumn Brilliance' has showy white flowers in Spring, followed by purplish-black fruit providing year round interest. Young leaves are purplish and pubescent as compared to A. laevis without pubescent leaves. Foliage turns bright red in fall.
We have single- and multi-stem in production.
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Zone
4-9
Height
20-25'
Spread
15-20'
Fall foliage
bright red
Flower
white
Flowering Time
Spring
Growth Rate
slow
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Aronia melanocarpa 'Viking'
Black Chokeberry
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Betula jacquemontii
Whitebark Himalayan Birch
Jacquemontii birch has the whitest bark of any birch in cultivation; the bark exfoliates to reveal a new 'skin' annually and is of the chalky type that rubs off on your hand. They have a rounded head and upright habit. Leaves are dark green, leathery, and glossy through the growing season, turning yellow in fall. Jacquemonti birch is reputed to be resistant to borers, though have heard borer reports. We have not seen any pest problems in the past.
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Zone
5-7
Height
40'
Spread
30'
Foliage
dark green, leathery, glossy
Fall foliage
yellow
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