Acer Palmatum Group: Sapindaceae
A spring-flowering cultivar. Small medium sized leaves emerge a bright pink-red with yellow veins, the yellow slowly expanding toward the red margins to give a long spring-early summer colour display. as the yellow spreads toward the pink-red margins, the veins become greener which spreads outward until the whole leaf is a shiny green but still with traces of bronze-re margins in late summer. This forms a contrasting background to the bright pink-red new leaves emerging through the summer. The foliage then turns bright orange to red in the fall. The five to seven lobed leaves are moderately deeply divided. The leaves tend to bunch together. The leaf stalks are red and the young shoots become dark red.
Height: 4.9 metres / Width: 2.4 metres