Acer circinatum 'Ki setsudoe'
Size: 4 feet plus
Growth Habit: dwarf upright tree
USDA Zone: 5-8
Exposure: filtered to full sun
Growing Conditions: moist, well drained soils. Typically DOES NOT thrive, for any length of time, in the Northeast or other high summer humidity areas
Comments: The 7-9 lobed, deeply incised serrated leaves have 3 seasons of color. New leaves emerge maroon maturing to green and then in fall a combination of green and red. This originated as a seedling of A. circinatum in close proximity of several A. palmatum cultivars and is thought to be a hybrid of both. The translation means "color in all seasons".