A new arrival from Diana at Topiary Gardens. "A nice small dwarf maple with brilliant peachy spring leaves. The leaves change to orange-red, red and pink. It is a welcome color to see during the dull, dreary spring days. In the summer months, the fresh green leaves will have a bronze edge and the new growth emerges peachy-pink with creamy speckles. Bright red fall color. Nice tree for a patio, bonsai culture or small gardens. Is a bit delicate in the hot sun. Prefers to be shaded from the afternoon sun or plant in dappled shade. Will reach 6 ft at maturity creating a nice upright, somewhat bushy tree. The name means 'peach-colored wild mountain." Needs to be straightened out a tad (will wire in a month or so, once it's fully leafed out and settled in a bit), but I can't wait for the leaves on this one to open - they sound very unique!