Acer Palmatum (un-named) @ £5.00, 7.50, 15.00, 20.00 & 25.00.
Larger Acers, up to 1.5 metres height, including some of the following species, individually priced according to size & variety.
Named varieties @ £15.00 each: approximately 12 - 18 inches (3 year grafts).
Please check availability of specific varieties as quantities vary considerably from year to year.
|Asahi zuru: Palmatum - variegated|
|Attractive medium bush. Spring growth pink/white/green. Summer foliage medium green with strong irregular markings.|
|Beni maiko: Palmatum - red|
|Small irregular leaves. Brilliant scarlet-red in spring, turning pinkish-red to red-green in summer.|
|Butterfly:Matsumurae - variegated|
|Attractive small leafed medium bush, with cream on pale green variegation.|
|Deshojo: Palmatum - red|
|New leaves briefly brilliant carmine red. Lighter green often reddish bronze edges. Upright form to 4m (unusually as wide as tall).|
|Higasayama: Palmatum - variegated|
|Unusual leaf form:crinkly, turned up others twisted downwards - unique appearance. Colours very changeable.|
|Moonfire: Palmatum - red - atropurpureum|
|Excellent purple-red (almost black-red iridescent). Deep colour through summer. Crimson in autumn. Upright form: max. ht 7m.|
|Osakazuki: Amoenum - green|
|Famous for intense crimson autumn colour. Green in spring. Hardy, sturdy, grows fast early hears then slows. Max height 8m.|
|Senkaki: Sango kaku: Palmatum - green|
|Outstanding feature Coral colour bark. Green foliage in summer. Showy yellow-golden tones in autumn. Brilliant coral bark in winter.|
|Versicolor: Palmatum variegated|
|Hardy upright, 7m in 25-40years. Bright green bark on young wood. Green leaves with white streaks, flecks, and blotches.|
|Wakehurst Pink: Matsumurae - variegated|
|Large greenish leaves pink flushed in spring becoming greenish bronzed with pink dots.Upright habit to 4m x almost 4m over 15 yrs.|
|Dissectum Nigrum: also known as 'Ever Red'|
|New shoots & leaves covered by fine silver hairs. Rich deep red colour held longer than many other cultivars.|
|Late summer bronze, green. Rich, bright red tones prominent in autumn.|
|Bronze red in spring, brilliant tone. Greenish late summer - prominent crimson red in autumn.|