Deciduous Trees

Coral Bark Japanese Maple Tree

$269 $199
Growing Zone 5-8
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Coral Bark Japanese Maple Tree
Deciduous Trees

Coral Bark Japanese Maple Tree

$269 $199


1-2 ft.
4-5 ft.
5-6 ft.
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Bring a Splash of Year-Round Color to Your Garden!

Meet the Coral Bark Japanese Maple Tree, a true garden showstopper. With its vibrant coral-red bark that stands out in stark contrast to its lush green leaves, this tree is a four-season wonder. In spring, watch as it bursts into life with soft green foliage, which then transitions into a fiery display of yellows, oranges, and reds come fall.

Why You'll Love the Coral Bark Maple:

  • Year-Round Interest: From the unique coral-colored bark in winter to the spectacular autumn leaf color, it's a feast for the eyes no matter the season.
  • Perfect Size: Growing to a manageable 15-25 feet, it's just right for small yards or as a standout in larger landscapes.
  • Shade Provider: Enjoy a cool spot in your garden under its canopy during those hot summer days.

Easy Care, Big Rewards

Don't let its showy appearance fool you; the Coral Bark Maple is as resilient as it is beautiful. It's adaptable to a variety of soil types, requires minimal pruning, and is relatively pest-free. It's the low-maintenance friend your garden's been waiting for!

How to Make It Thrive

Just give your Coral Bark Maple a sunny to partly shaded spot, some regular watering, and watch it grow. It's that simple to add a dash of drama to your outdoor space.

Ready to transform your garden into a year-round spectacle? Add the Coral Bark Japanese Maple to your cart and let the magic unfold!

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Coral Bark Japanese Maple Tree

Coral Bark Japanese Maple Tree

Botanical name: Acer palmatum 'Sango-kaku'
Mature Height:
15-25 ft.
Mature Width:
15-30 ft.
Part Shade Preferred - Tolerates Full Sun in Cooler Zones
Growth Rate:
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Growing Zones:
5-8 outdoors
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