acer trees - A Selection
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Available from Notcutts comes the Acer pla Drummondii. This popular, broad, globe-headed tree produces maple star shaped leaves with a bright green centre and white margin. Great in a medium sized garden, this delightful tree is glorious throughout the change of seasons. Features and tips Tolerant of many difficult conditions, including pollution Does well in most soil types Seasons of interest are spring, summer and autumn Pruning should idealy be carried out between November to March Stay
All Year Round Colour in Vibrant Shades RHS AGM Award This Acer (Japanese Maple Cultivars) would be a great addition to your garden largely due to the myriad of colours it will present each year. Seasonally the leaves will change from a lovely pale yellowish orange in Winter to pink in the Spring to a rich green in the Summer and bright vibrant orange in the Autumn. Slow growing, so ideal for small gardens and containers. Consistently one of our most popular Winter Colour Shrubs.
Position: partial shade; Soil: fertile, moist, well-drained, acid-neutral; Rate of growth: average; Hardiness: fully hardy This Japanese maple is grown mainly for its spectacular autumn colour, perhaps the best of all the maples. It has an open habit, and its large, seven-lobed, bright green leaves turn brilliant scarlet in autumn and last for several weeks before falling. It prefers a sheltered, shady spot, and looks dramatic silhouetted against a tall hedge or modern building; Garden care:
Position: full sun (but not south-facing); Soil: fertile, moist, well-drained neutral to acid soil; Rate of growth: slow-growing; Flowering period: April to May; Hardiness: fully hardy Buy any Acer for only £11.99 or buy Johns Acer collection for £23.98 (Thats all 3 varieties for the price of only 2) a saving of £11.99 not only that we will give you a packet 150gr pack of rootgrow worth £4.99 Free (Total saving £16.98) Rootgrow is licensed by the Royal Horticultural Society who found it
Beautiful Acer Palmatum Wilson's Pink Dwarf*size after 10 yearsA truly beautiful variety of Japanese Maple (Japanese Maple Cultivars) with a busy habit. Ideal for small gardens and containers. Full Sun to partial shade.
Field Maple is a lovely native species with soft green leaves with red tinges all summer and stunning yellow autumn colour. Field Maple is one of the species in our mixed native hedging packs - if you're choosing your own species for a mixed native pack we suggest you include it primarily for its autumn colour - but it's also very good as a single species hedge, particularly for areas of the garden that would benefit from a splash of autumn colour. Available in packs of 25 or 50 bare roots and
WINTER SALE - Usually 24.95, today Just £9.95, Save £15!! Several Acers have excellent red or purple foliage, but few finer than this one. The leaves open bright red and then deepen to a rich garnet colour. It is ideal for an oriental style garden, and really needs a special position where it can be admired, may be a large patio container? Supplied in approx 2-3 litre containers. WINTER SALE - Usually 24.95, today Just £9.95, Save £15!!
Acer palmatum Emerald Lace is a lovely Japanese Maple with a low growing, spreading habit and cascading weeping branches. The foliage is lacy and bursts in to life each spring in a beautiful lime green shade. As the season progressed, the leaves often devlope a red edge making a striking contrast. In Autumn the foliage finally takes on a fiery red-orange hue before finally falling for winter. Emerald Lace is the perfect tree for a small garden thanks to the wide variety of vibrant seasonal
A Brand New Collection of Acer for 2016!A Brand new collection of Acers for 2016, which are perfect for Autumn colour! The foliage of these 3 Japanese Maple varieties offers a superb range of ever-changing colourful foliage in hues of bronze, red, orange, gold and purple. Ideal for small gardens, containers and your garden borders.
RHS Award of Garden MeritThese lovely and unusual Acers Palmatum Altropurpureum Plants have vibrant purple star-shaped foliage which will turn to a fiery red as Autumn sets in. These attractive Deciduous Shrubs will bring year-round colour and interest to your garden. Slow growing so perfect for containers.
Position: full sun or partial shade; Soil: fertile, moist, well-drained; Rate of growth: fast-growing; Flowering period: April to May; Hardiness: fully hardy The Royal Horticultural Society bare root hedging range is a very low cost way of planting a hedge. The bare root plants are only available to buy and plant when dormant. (November-March) These plants, with known seed provenence, are grown in 220 acres of rich Herefordshire soil. As they are dispatched directly from the fields, rather than
Acer palmatum 'Butterfly' has a dense, upright habit that forms an attractive small tree or patio container specimen.
Position: partial shade or full sun; Soil: fertile, moist, well-drained neutral to acid soil; Rate of growth: slow-growing; Flowering period: April to May; Hardiness: fully hardy This acer has feathery, mid-green leaves that turn gold and orange in autumn looking as if they have been shredded before they fall. Its rounded, compact habit makes it perfect for a small garden, and it is also particularly well suited for a container in a contemporary urban courtyard. Alternatively try it alongside
Acer palmatum (Japanese Maple) is a highly popular tree and it's easy to see why. This slow-growing tree can be planted in any garden soil and makes a wonderful feature in your garden, whilst still being low maintenance. Due to its small size it will be perfectly happy in a large container so if you only have a small garden or balcony you have no excuse not to grow one! Whilst it is fully hardy, it does prefer some shelter from harsh winters. Position it in a partially shaded but sheltered
This plant produces an attractive red, rounded bush with dark red, deeply lobed leaves that turn orange/yellow in autumn. Height 101-150cm. HP - Hardy perennial. Supplied as a 40-50cm plant in a 3 litre pot.Acers are a wonderful family of deciduous trees and shrubs which put on a show-stopping display with their beautiful foliage, graceful habits and autumn colours. Plus they're usually quite slow-growing, making them an ideal choice for a container on the patio as well as in the garden.