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Barlow Flower Farm
Chris DeBoer
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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 - 15 to 20 feet tall &
Botanical name: Acer palmatum ‘Sango-kaku’ Common name: Coral bark Japanese maple
Botanical name: Acer palmatum ‘Sango-kaku’Common name: 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
“Painted branches...” — juledove
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks1,848
Questions2
Looks great. What type of Japanese Maple is that? Thanks!
might be a orange dream jap maple
love the species of maple and the potted arrangement
Ryusen Maple - one of my favorite trees for a small garden.
You might think of red when you think of Japanese maples, but they come in neon lime too. Isn't this one stunning?
“Rock exterior” — cindyfewbarrett
Chuck B. Edwards - Breckon Land Design
11 Reviews
Two Rivers Residence
Ideabooks818
Questions1
Can you tell me what sort of Japanese maple this is please?
That is a Coral Bark Japanese Maple. Thanks, Chuck
Barlow Flower Farm Save to Ideabook Email Photo Botanical name: Acer palmatum ‘Sango-kaku’ Common name: Coral bark Japanese maple Origin:
Coralbark Maple in fall. 15 to 20 feet tall
Coral Bark Japanese Maple for year round beauty!
cool japanese maple w red bark
coral bark japanese maple, a tree for the backyard or front
“NEON PLANTS” — Monica Fanya
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks5,218
Questions3
Japanese Maple + Oversized Antique Urn
japanese maple beautiful small trees& grows quickly
these draping Japanese maples. And the big vase!
Love the color of Japanese Maple
Japanese maples (Acer palmatum cvs) are
Japanese maples (Acer palmatum cvs) are suited for gardens in USDA zones 5 to 8 (find your zone). They generally grow best in areas with morning sun and afternoon shade; red-leafed varieties can cope with more sun than can the green cultivars. Indeed, the sun intensifies the red pigments, which act as
slightly moist, well-drained to average soil and require regular water (1 inch per week).The mounding red leaf form is the quintessential Japanese maple that immediately comes to mind. Popular cultivars include the older ‘Crimson Queen’ as well as more recent introductions such as ‘Tamukeyama’ and ‘Red
“Colours” — Kyal Moore
Robert Shuler Design
3 Reviews
Carmel
Ideabooks2,787
Questions4
What is the name of this Japanese maple cultivar? Thank you.
Maple tree, grasses in front of the house and stones
love the caramel color of the maple
Japanese lace leaf maple - we have couple around the house we could use
Botanical name: Acer palmatum; many cultivarsCommon 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
“Japanese maple!!! Want one.” — bobnkaye
Pendleton Design Management
Trees
Ideabooks1,468
Questions2
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
Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum) Japanese maple offers the most stunning array of fall
THIS IS WHAT A MAPLE IS SUPPOSE TO LOOK LIKE
japanese or red maple out front!
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
“Maple” — jcodypage
Le jardinet
Sunset Shades
Ideabooks857
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The warm orange shade of the Crocosmia draws attention to the rich mahogany bark of the paper bark maple (Acer griseum). In winter these bulbs will have died down leaving the tree to stand as a dramatic silhouette in the winter landscape. Design and photo credit; Le jardinet
want to plant maples on our property
paperbark maple for new garden bed
paperbark maple, modest size, slow growing. Foliage and cinnamon colored bark.
paper bark maple for driveway corner
The paperbark maple is a more modest-size
Botanical name: Acer griseum Common name: Paperbark maple USDA zones: 4 to 8 (find
Botanical name: Acer griseumCommon name: Paperbark mapleUSDA zones: 4 to 8 (find your zone)Water requirement: Water regularly until establishedLight requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: 18 feet tall and 15 feet wideBenefits and tolerances: Tolerates both clay and sandy soil; no pruning
“Paperbark maple” — laulinda
Weavers Landscape Company
7 Reviews
Sugar Maple
Ideabooks315
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bigleaf maple (A. macrophyllum), paperback maple (A. griseum), Rocky Mountain maple (A. glabrum), red maple (A. rubrum) and sugar maple (A. saccharum).
Japanese maple for red fall color
Maples. Japanese maple (Acer palmatum) is the showstopper of the maple family, but even if you don't live where it does well
Large maple tree/type for maximum fall impact.
Japanese maple-- great fall foliage tree. Also eastern redbud is a good
include bigleaf maple (A. macrophyllum), paperback maple (A. griseum), Rocky Mountain maple (A. glabrum), red maple (A. rubrum) and sugar maple (A. saccharum).
colder zones 3 and 4 to the warmer zones 8 and 9. In addition to Japanese maple, favorites include bigleaf maple (A. macrophyllum), paperback maple (A. griseum), Rocky Mountain maple (A. glabrum), red maple (A. rubrum) and sugar maple (A. saccharum).
“Yard tree” — petalumadad
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