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Acer Palmatum-Sango Kaku or Coral Bark Japanese Maple
love the color of the coral bark maple
Coral bark maple good for my zone
Coral Bark Japanese Maple. Winter beauty
Botanical name: Acer palmatum ‘Sango-kaku’ Common name: Coral bark Japanese maple
Coral bark Japanese mapleOrigin: Native to AsiaWhere it will grow: Hardy to -20 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 5 to 8; find your zone)Water requirement: MediumLight requirement: Sun to partial shadeMature size: 15 to 20 feet tall, with an equal spreadBenefits and tolerances: Slow growing; small-scale trees
Chuck B. Edwards - Breckon Land Design
Two Rivers Residence
sort of Japanese maple this is please?
coral bark japanese maple stands out in the landscape.
Coral-bark Japanese maple - pretty pretty for the front yard?
accented with Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra) and purple coral bells (Heuchera sp) for contrast.
Coralbark Maple in fall. 15 to 20 feet tall
Coral Bark Japanese Maple for year round beauty!
cool japanese maple w red bark
accented with Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra) and purple coral bells (Heuchera sp) for contrast.The palmate leaves are absolutely lovely and very delicate. During the summer the leaves are a yellow-green that looks fresh even in intense heat.
Pendleton Design Management
It is a japanese maple so it does defoliate in the fall, but it does mot have huge leaves like big tooth maples. I would not put it right next to a pool, but I would put it next to a pool patio
Yes this is a Japanese Maple more specifically a Bloodgood Acer palmatum bloodgood. The bright red foliage
Japanese maples can grow elegantly right up against structures
Can't beat the colour of a maple
Japanese maple Will it work in Vegas climate
Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum) Japanese maple offers the most stunning array of fall foliage to be found, in tones of bright red, russet and even yellow
red maple tree with plants underneath
Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum) Japanese maple offers the most stunning array of fall foliage to be found, in tones of bright red, russet and even yellow. These trees are a perfect focal point in any garden, but are particularly attractive in contemporary and Asian landscapes. There is a wide range of
Looks great. What type of Japanese Maple is that? Thanks!
neon lime colored japanese maple against a stone wall
love the species of maple and the potted arrangement
Ryusen Maple - one of my favorite trees for a small garden.
think of Japanese maples, but they come in neon lime too. Isn't this one stunning?
Robert Shuler Design
of this Japanese maple cultivar? Thank you.
A maple in the front? Amur or Tatarian? Hmmmm....
Maple tree, grasses in front of the house and stones
names: Japanese maple; many cultivarsUSDA zones: 5-8Water requirement: RegularSun requirement: Soft dappled shade or morning sun with afternoon shade is best; too much sun will scorch its leaves.Mature size: 15-25' tall x 10-25' spread maximum, depending on cultivar
The Garden Route Company
Twin Peaks Modern
green japanese maple and minimilist landscape
Coral bark Japanese maple. While less dramatic
Coral bark Japanese maple. While less dramatic than the Bloodgood, Acer palmatum ‘Sango Kaku’, or coral bark Japanese maple, is one of Ayers' favorites because of the way it imparts shots of yellow into a yard.
Acer palmatum ‘Sango Kaku’, or coral bark Japanese maple
Coral bark Japanese maple. While less dramatic than the Bloodgood, Acer palmatum ‘Sango Kaku’, or coral bark Japanese maple, is one of Ayers' favorites
bark Japanese maple. While less dramatic than the Bloodgood, Acer palmatum ‘Sango Kaku’, or coral bark Japanese maple, is one of Ayers' favorites because of the way it imparts shots of yellow into a yard. USDA zones: 4 to 9Height: 20 feet Color: Yellow-green leaves and coral bark in spring and summer;
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Is this Japanese maple tree for shade or for SUNY area?
Absolute FAVE tree - Japanese Maple!!
small plants around base, could include Japanese Wind Flowers also
Love the maple n Japanese lantern structure next to it
japanese maple in the foreground - center; white tree in background
Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum)There’s no question that Japanese maples are beautiful, with colorful leaves in spring and fall, and graceful bare trunks in winter (some even have colorful trunks). With so many different varieties available, the secret is choosing the right one for your patio. As
have. A Japanese garden is intended to replicate the natural world that surrounds it in a smaller space. If your space is flat, as here, create a small mound or two to add interest, but don’t try to turn is into a hillside garden. If, instead, your land is naturally sloped, use that to your advantage and
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
combination of Japanese maple and the lower shrubs
Weeping Japanese Maples - Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Atropurpureum & Japanese boxwood - Buxus microphylla var. japonica
blend of Japanese maple (Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Atropurpureum', USDA zones 5 to 8), Japanese boxwood (Buxus microphylla var. japonica, zones 5 to 9) and Mexican orange blossom (Choisya ternata, zones 7 to 10).
boxwood, or japanese holly as round mounds, combined with looser plants- and small trees in intimate space
“weeping Japanese Maples -Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Atropurpureum'. This is one particular type of weeping maple. there are quite a few different ones
Japanese maple (Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Atropurpureum)
mexican orange blossom and japanese maple