The Coral Bark Japanese Maple is one of the most striking trees in the cultivated landscape.
It achieves its best color in full sun, but doesn't mind some shade.
In spring, its 7-lobed, narrowly pointed, pale-green leaves emerge with contrasting red edges from red stems. In fall, the leaves turn a golden yellow. After they drop, the coral-red bark of this aptly named ornamental tree intensifies, creating an outstanding winter effect.
Drought Tolerant * Deer Seldom Browse *
Photo courtesy of Toms Creek Nursery
20' - 30'
15' - 20'
Upright & Spreading
Primary Foliage Color
Seasonal Foliage Color
Sun to Partial Shade
Moist (not wet): Ensure planting area provides adequate drainage.