Acer palmatum ‘Ueno homare’

Acer palmatum 'Ueno homare' in April

Acer palmatum ‘Ueno homare’ in April


Acer palmatum 'Ueno homare' in May

Acer palmatum ‘Ueno homare’ in May


Acer palmatum 'Ueno homare' in early May

Acer palmatum ‘Ueno homare’ in early May


Acer palmatum 'Ueno homare' in May

Acer palmatum ‘Ueno homare’ in May


Acer palmatum 'Ueno homare' in May

Acer palmatum ‘Ueno homare’ in May


Acer palmatum 'Ueno homare' in June

Acer palmatum ‘Ueno homare’ in June


Acer palmatum 'Ueno homare' in October

Acer palmatum ‘Ueno homare’ in October

Acer palmatum 'Ueno homare' in October

Acer palmatum ‘Ueno homare’ in October

Acer palmatum 'Ueno homare' in November

Acer palmatum ‘Ueno homare’ in November

(Revised 17 Dec 2013)
Acer palmatum ‘Ueno Homare’ has interesting spring new leaves with orange edge and gives an impression of orange leaves. Even though the intensity of the orange colour is not reliable, it is still a highly ornamental tree that stands out among the common trees. The fall colour can be spectacularly brilliant orange red or bright red. The few we have are all more than 15 years old. The most wholesome one is about 3.5-4.0 m and is in about 60% shade. One of them is still in a 5 gallons pot for many years, and appears still reasonably contented.

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