Large Specimens

  1. Lions Head Maple<br>Acer palmatum 'Shishigashira' Lion's Head Maple
  2. Green Japanese Maple<br>Acer palmatum: The Acer palmatum ‘Green Japanese Maple’ is the original or parent species to the many cultivated varieties of Japanese Maples. Japanese maples make excellent garden specimens or focal points. Their small leaves and ‘light’ canopies give them a delicate appearance. The Green Japanese Maple can be variable in size and shape. It is grown both as a multi trunk or single trunk tree. The Green Japanese Maple typically will give an excellent fall color show with colors changing from bright yellow to brilliant red.
  3. Japanese Umbrella PineThe Koyamaki (Sciadopitys verticillata) or Japanese Umbrella-pine, is a unique conifer endemic to Japan. It is the sole member of the family Sciadopityaceae and genus Sciadopitys, a living fossil with no close relatives, and known in the fossil record for about 230 million years. Koyamaki was chosen as the Japanese Imperial Crest for Prince Hisahito of Akishino, currently third in line to the Chrysanthemum Throne.
  4. Laceleaf Japanese MapleAcer palmatum ‘Dissectum’ Laceleaf Japanese maples offer both summer and winter interest in the landscape. Laceleaf Japanese maples are admired for their cascading branches, mounding growth habit and interesting contorted trunks. We have several specimens available to view at our Snohomish Nursery.
  5. Laceleaf Fall 2008
  6. Big Palmadum
  7. Giant Palmatum
  8. Giant Palmadum
  9. Coralbark Maple
  10. Large Laceleaf
  11. Laceleaf Maple
  12. Loading a Big Japanese Maple
  13. Japanese Maple Overhead Perspective
  14. Large Laceleaf