Acer Palmatum Group: Green
It’s name means ‘new blood-red’. In the spring it has the most vividly coloured foliage with
the colour being described as letter-box red. Flaming scarlet or crimson-scarlet would also be appropriate names. This colour is reatined for a couple of months and turns a reddish brown mid summer. Occasionally the leaves have cream coloured or white flecks. In the autumn the colour changes to orange and red. Small seven loved leaves have tiny basal lobes.
Height: 3 metres / Width: 2 metres