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.