Here are some images of a fairly obscure cultivar, Acer palmatum 'Edgewood's Golden' I have seen it referred to, simply, as Edgewood. It has a medium sized, fine textured, dissected leaf. The wide splay of the leaf seems indicative of this cultivar and lends an airy effect to the foliage. The spring color is bronzy or golden red, up into early summer then gives way to a light green. I believe fall color is golden. Stems are predominantly green but are said to be golden in spring/summer. I need to be more observant. This cultivar is said to have come from the late Richard P. Wolff of Red Maple Nursery in PA.. The top left picture shows a small block of this cultivar showing the spring color in mid- April, to the right of the frame. The next two shots show the summer color, shots taken in June. The fourth frame shows this cultivar in the foreground, notice the leaf splay, made in April. The final shot is of a 3g plant that I obtained from a nursery source a few years back.