Vitifolium (Acer japonicum ‘Vitifolium’)

The name means ‘grape-leafed’, and that is what the large leaves resemble; the tree can get up to 30 feet or a little more in a graceful open sort of droopy habit. As with other japonicums, the fall color is varied with oranges, yellows, purples etc. You can see a leaf changing on the left side of the picture. zone 5

Size: GraftPrice: $14.00
Size: Field grownPrice: $105.00
Size: 1 gallonPrice: $25.00

Emmit’s Pumpkins (Acer japonicum ‘Emmit’s Pumpkin’)

Emmit's Pumpkin (Acer japonicum 'Emmett's Pumpkin')

Emmit's Pumpkin (Acer japonicum 'Emmett's Pumpkin')

Another in my series of ‘What’s in a Name’: everything. Emmett’s Pumpkin seems to promise what is most prized: orange color with a twist: pumpkinisity; I’m thinking this leaf is going to be round and fat and gloriously orange, and in the fall it is, but the rest of the year, the color is way bland. I will need to study this plant outside before I give it two thumbs up.

Size: GraftPrice: $14.00
Size: 1 gallonPrice: $25.00
Size: 2 gallonPrice: $50.00

Attaryi (Acer japonicum ‘Attaryi’)

Attaryi (Acer japonicum 'Attaryi')

Attaryi (Acer japonicum 'Attaryi')

Openly branched pendulous tree to 30′. Attaryi has deeply cleft leaves similar to Aconitifolium, but much larger. Many hued fall color: scarlet to yellow. I am ashamed of this picture! The colors should be gorgeous, not brownish! Zone 5.

Size: GraftPrice: $14.00
Size: Field grownPrice: $105.00