Fall foliage is heightened in color to a bright apple red. A beautiful focal point or close-up accent for lightly shaded locations.
We offer Red Dragon in 10 gallon container.[More Info]
'Red Select' is a dissected cultivar that typically grows in an upright, broad-rounded but cascading form to 4-6' tall over the first ten years, eventually maturing to 10' tall and to 12' or more wide. It is noted for its lace-like foliage that emerges light red in spring, matures to deep red-purple in summer and finally turns crimson red in fall. Palmate, 7-lobed, red-purple leaves (to 6" long) are deeply cut and dissected. Foliage tends to leaf out early in spring and is subject to damage from late spring frosts.
We offer the 'Red Select' in a 10 gallon container.[More Info]
Bloodgoods have bright red leaves in the spring - maturing to a rich purple-red color during the summer - becoming a bright crimson in the fall. This sturdy, deciduous tree makes an excellent selection for nearly any landscape! A vigorous upright grower that becomes rounded with age. Small inconspicuous red flowers in spring followed by red fruit in early fall. This tree retains its color well even during summer heat.
We offer single stem Bloodgood 5' to 6' tall in a 10 gallon container.[More Info]
The new growth on this small Japanese Maple is a bright crimson red that persists through the entire growing season. Finely dissected leaves on handsome cascading branches. Ideal for small gardens and tight spaces. Summer color becomes crimson in the fall.
We offer Crimson Queen 4' to 4 1/2' tall in a 10 gallon container.[More Info]
A real 'eye pleaser' in any garden, this deciduous vigorous grower offers year-round interest in colorful, finely-dissected leaves and handsome, frosted, red bark. Deep red-purple foliage and weeping cascading branches retains its leaf color even in hot weather. Inconspicuous red flowers and fruit appear in spring and late summer, respectively. Leaves turn a fiery scarlet red in the fall.
We offer Tamukeyama 5' tall in a 10 gallon container.[More Info]