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Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks1,844
Questions2
What is the tree in the pot?
Looks great. What type of Japanese Maple is that? Thanks!
might be a orange dream jap maple
infront of evergreen trees inj backyard
Japanese maple (not our favorite tree, but they are approved
maple underplantred with coleus ? heuchera and could be begonia
love those trees against the stone
potted japanese maple for the corners
Japanese maple with bright lime colored leaves
Love the tree planter for deck
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
Tiger Lily Landscapes, LLC
4 Reviews
Northwest DC
Ideabooks5,243
Questions2
On a flagstone patio/deck overlooking woodlands, a carefully placed Japanese maple provides a focal point. ©Melissa Clark Photography. All rights reserved.
What type of tree is this in the picture
Its a type of Japanese maple i think Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood'
Love this Japanese Maple, do the grow in Utah?
Love the tree and the chair
“Retreat” — Mehma N Feras
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks5,180
Questions3
I love the tree with the soft pink flowers. Could you please tell me what it is?
The flowering tree is a Japanese Flowering Cherry - Prunus serrulata 'Kanzan'.
The tree with the soft pink flowers is Prunus serrulata 'Kanzan'. It is deciduous and flowers in Spring, around late September to early October in the Blue Mountains
Japanese Maple + Oversized Antique Urn
japanese maple beautiful small trees& grows quickly
What type of flowering tree is that? And does it thrive in Oklahoma.
Japanese maples (Acer palmatum cvs) are suited for gardens in USDA zones 5 to 8 (find your zone). They generally grow best
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 Dragon’. These cut-leafed trees, botanically called dissectum, rarely surpass a height of
“Urn” — erinsalmon
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Lytle Road - Bainbridge Island
Ideabooks2,079
Questions2
Need help for under our maple tree
What are the perennials under the maple tree?
Hi Sue - This is a Japanese maple Acer palmatum 'Fireglow'. A great small tree.
tree itself and tree mounding with grasses.
large japanese maple...not crowding plans below
Tree w varying ground cover and pea gravel
Ideas for hedges under Japanese maple
Tree with plants and grasses under.
“garden” — borisdudkin
Robert Shuler Design
3 Reviews
Carmel
Ideabooks2,779
Questions4
What is the name of this Japanese maple cultivar? Thank you.
What do you like about this photo?jap maple
Capped side stacked stone walls with a lacy red Japanese Maple.
Front Yard: plants to go with the maple
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
“Bonsai style.” — vicki427
Richard Kramer
Stanford Garden
Ideabooks18,058
Questions9
I have an area of my garden that has three huge Kwanzan cherry trees overhanging it. They drop a ton of leaves during the fall,
Can you please tell me what the small tree is on the LHS. Thanks
Japanese maple is on the left?
Japanese Maple, there are many varieties.
hey whats that red flowering tree calles?
If I'm not mistaken, that is a Fire Glow Japanese Maple. His name is due to the intense orange color they usually get during fall and earlier spring. Japanese Maple take a lot
per year here...they are VERY slow growing, but that is ok by me...we have 12 different species on our acre and they are all planted as understory trees amongst our old oaks.
that is a Fire Glow Japanese Maple.
I like the maple with the big
“Red plant” — jarvis2306
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Lytle Road - Bainbridge Island
Ideabooks21,173
Questions6
what type of japanese maple is this
Are there 2 Japanese Maples here or is it a double stem tree?
No Gladys, it's not a kitchen island... It's a tree.
Love the ferns under the Japanese maple
Japanese Maple as part of landscape
Grasses, pots nestled in between plants, Japanese maple
Tree & raised bed around it
Perhaps the ultimate specimen tree, Japanese maples (Acer palmatum) come in an almost bewildering array of shapes, sizes and leaf colors. They are elegantly beautiful in every season, in leaf or bare-branched. Japanese maples are hardy in zones 6 (-10°F) to 8 (10°F) and need both sun and shade. Too much
Other Japanese maples, such as the red-leafed ‘Bloodgood’, Emperor 1 and coral bark maple (Acer palmatum ‘Sango Kaku’), have an upright growth pattern and typically reach 15 to 25 feet in height. Not all Japanese maples are created equal. My experience has shown that
“Like the "airiness" of the plants” — ellieross1
BAYBERRY NURSERIES
3 Reviews
The Details - Contemporary
Ideabooks2,043
Questions3
What kind of trees are they?
What is the name of the tree?? With the red leaves
Will Japanese maples survive in North Dakota?
palmatum varieties will grow in a hardiness range of Zone 5 - Zone 8. With that said, unfortunately in Zone 9 & 10 these trees will not be able to endure the heat.
What zones will this tree grow in? Zone 9/10?
orange jap maples - very nice
love the way they planted the trees.
11 Great trees for fall color
favorites include bigleaf maple (A. macrophyllum), paperback maple (A. griseum), Rocky Mountain maple (A. glabrum), red maple (A. rubrum) and sugar maple (A. saccharum).
what kind of trees are these?
leaf color and arrangement of trees
Bloodgood and orange jap maples for vibrant fall colour
“for formal garden, nice statues, nice colors” — Steve Macbeth
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