Leaf Color Range

An aristocrat among trees. Japanese maples of many shapes, sizes and colors adorn many of Pittsburgh’s private gardens. It grows in a manner much like a flowering dogwood with almost layered branches. Any garden or public place would be enhanced with one or more of these fine trees.

Height: 12’-15’ and as wide. Can grow to be 40’.
Leaves: 2”-5” long, half as wide. Opposite, simple. Variable from light to dark green, turning to brilliant reds and yellows in autumn, and lasting until late November.
Habitat: Native to Japan.