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"Dwarf Japanese maples are slow growing or compact trees which mature at about six to eight feet depending on the cultivar. In general, dwarfs have small leaves, short internodes and profuse branching. Dwarf maples are often used for bonsai and rock gardens and they are great for containers." This one is called "Fjellheim" To see a bunch more, follow this link (http://www.mendocinomaples.com/index.php?crn=211)

Autumn Fantasy Maple grows quickly and is dependable in the landscape. It grows in almost any condition and is one of the toughest and most adaptable shade #trees available on the market today. Its big green leaves provide deep shade in the hot summer and its oval branch shape gives great structure in winter. It's #fall, though, when this tree is set ablaze by the rich, #Autumn - red color that stands out. Changes color even in warmer climates where other #maples won’t!

Dwarf Japenese Maple my boss has some of these and babies come up around them. She is going to get her hubby to put me some in a pot so I can transplant them. They are VERY expensive but sooo pretty.

Senkaki Maples otherwise known as Coral Bark Maple is a beautiful small tree and is one of the best examples of Japanese Maple. Growing approximately 6mts tall and wide, Senkaki Maples give a great show all year round. Light green leaves appear in spring then turns to Stunning Autumn tones. As the leaves start to fall the stems of the trees turn to a brilliant red colour for the winter. This sublime tree is a feature in any sheltered spot in the garden. We are enjoying the red bark at the…

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