Saturday, September 11, 2010
Acer japonicum 'aconitifolium' has low branching and smooth gray bark. Shows spectacular fall color of red and orange (as pictured below). Acording to finegardening.com, "The cultivar name 'Aconitifolium' refers to the fact that its ferny foliage resembles that of monkshood (Aconitum). This beautiful tree makes a great specimen plant and is very hardy."
Mature size: 10'to 12' tall and wide
Light: Prefers partial shade (the leave can burn in full sun).
Cold hardy: Zone 5
Leaf color: Bright green in the summer, yellow, orange and red in the fall.
The ones we have in stock stand about 3' now wand are starting to show off their outrageous fall color. $65 plus 20% off!