Trees Fall Color
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Japanese Maple

Autumn is the season to display vibrant, saturated colors in the garden. The most intense colors usually come from Japanese maple selections whose leaves are green in summer.

Our top choices of two-season maples for fall color include Hogyoku (rich, deep orange), Sango Kaku (ethereal yellow with apricot overtones), and Osakazuki (absolutely brilliant, crimson fall color). Osakazuki colors unusually late, peaking around Thanksgiving in Atlanta, Birmingham, and Little Rock.

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