We have included the following acers and Japanese maples in our relandscaped garden

  • Acer palmatum ‘Aratama’ 

  • Acer palmatum 'Ariadne' 

  • Acer palmatum ‘Atropurpureum’ 

  • Acer palmatum ‘Atropurpureum Bloodgood' 

  • Acer palmatum ' Beni Komachi ' 

  • Acer palmatum ‘Beni-maiko’ (Acer ''Beni Maiko'' (syn. Deshojo) has spring colour that is burning scarlet to fire red, combined with a semi dwarf growth habit) 

  • Acer palmatum ‘Beni otake’ 

  • Acer palmatum 'Burgundy Lace' AGM 

  • Acer palmatum var. dissectum 'Chantilly Lace' red-flushed bronze-green leaves in spring, turning green in summer and orange-flushed, golden yellow in autumn

  • Acer palmatum dissectum 'Crimson Queen' (Red Laceleaf maple) The foliage is purple in spring and maintains a good purple colour throughout the summer. In autumn the leaves change to crimson-red or other shades of red

  • Acer palmatum 'Dissectum atroppurpureum' ( 'Garnet' ) When the term "garnet-colour" is used, it usually indicative of the colour dark red

  • Acer palmatum dissectum viridans 

  • Acer palmatum dissectum 'Viridis' (Green Lace Leaf Japanese Maple) The foliage of the Green Lace Leaf Japanese Maple Acer palmatum dissectum 'Viridis' or 'Viridans' changes from light green to beautiful shades of yellow, gold and orange in autumn

  • Acer palmatum ' Eddisbury' Acer Palmatum 'Elegans' Leaves pale green in spring, becoming darker olive-green in summer before turning turning to a yellow and then various shades of red-orange in autumn

  • Acer palmatum ‘Fireglow’ 

  • Acer palmatum ‘Kinshi’ finely cut green foliage that turns golden yellow in autumn 

  • Acer palmatum ‘Kotohime’ (one of the smallest-leaved Japanese maples) 

  • Acer Palmatum Linearilobum Rubrum 

  • Acer palmatum (Amoenum Group) 'Mon zukushi (Yama hime)' large leaves and hardly divided. A vigorous, bright green leaved cultivar that turns a brilliant orange-red in autumn. Its medium sized leaves come out in the spring a yellow green with red brushed edges. Spring; yellow green / red, Summer; green Autumn; orange/red  

  • Acer palmatum 'Aureum' (Golden-leaved Japanese Maple) (Five lobed Acer palmatum var. amoenum Japanese Maple) 

  • Acer palmatum 'Orange Dream' 

  • Acer palmatum ‘Orido nishiki’ 

  • Acer palmatum 'Osakazuki' Leaves slightly bronzed green in spring and summer, bright red in autumn

  • Acer palmatum 'Red Pygmy' AGM 

  • Acer palmatum 'Shaina' Leaves flaming red in spring, deep burgundy red in summera nd crimson red in autumn 

  • Acer palmatum ‘Seiryu’ Acer palmatum 'Sango-kaku'(formerly named Acer palmatum 'Senkaki') (one of the Coral Bark Maples) Small, palmate lime-green coloured leaves on red stems in spring. Leaves in upper branches turn yellow or gold in late summer. All leaves become bright yellow in autumn. Stems of younger branches turn brilliant red in winter

  • Acer palmatum ‘Skeeter’s Broom’ 

  • Acer palmatum 'Suminagashi' 

  • Acer palmatum 'Tsuma gaki' 

  • Acer palmatum 'Trompenburg' has shiny slightly curved leaves with rounded edges to the lobes. Purple-red in spring, purple-green in summer and change to crimson-red or orange-red in autumn

  • Acer palmatum ‘Villa Tarranto’ 

  • Acer Japonicum aconitifolium ‘The Fern Leaf Full Moon Maple’ ‘Maiku jaku’ ‘Dancing Peacock’ 

  • Acer shirasawanum ‘Aureum’ (Golden Full Moon Maple) Bright red flowers and bright lime green foliage in spring, occasional red foliage in autumn

  • Acer shirasawanum 'Jordan' Acer sieboldianum 

  • Acer capillipes (Red Snakebark Maple) Acer cappadocicum 'Aureum' 

  • Acer davidii (Père David's Maple), a snake bark maple 

  • Acer freemanii ‘Autumn Blaze’ ( is a hybrid of red (A. rubrum) and silver (A. saccharinum) maple 

  • Acer griseum (Paper Bark Maple)
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