A bright splash of color from this variegated maple will light up any shady area. Leaves emerge with pink, cream and light green coloring and then morph into a mostly white and green leaf. Slow growing.
15-25' H, 12-20' W. Full sun to part shade. Zone 3.
Greenish bark on young branches and trunks is vertically marked with distinctive white stripes. Obovate, double-serrulate, three-lobed leaves emerge with pink hues in the spring, mature to dark green by summer and turn bright yellow in fall.
Kaleidoscope proportions! Its spring leaves emerge orange-pink and settle into a leaf that is green splashed with cream and pink. Incredibly the underside of the leaf is purple! Originally from New Zealand.
30-35' H, 15-20' W. Full sun to part shade. Zone 4.
A variegated maple with color year round. In the spring and summer the leaves exhibit a creamy yellow pigment to go along with the normal green color. In the fall the leaves turn to a burgundy mixture of purples, pinks, and reddish-browns throughout.
This is the hardiest of all the striped-bark maples. Green and white vertically striped bark is really unique. This Asian species remains small and lightly branched with large leaves that turn bright yellow in fall.
Beautiful white blossoms in spring and mildew-resistant summer foliage that turns a brilliant red color in autumn. Best of all is its strong upright habit that makes it a good choice for screening/hedging.