Hello, I work at a small nursury. We have a tree that is labeled moonfire and we have grafted a few hundred but it does not look anything like the description of moonfire. The scionwood was taken from the moonfire labeled tree. This is how it looks. I grows very vigorously the first years, faster then the BloodGood. The most distinct characteristic is that the new growth in the spring is a firery orange color. Very beautiful but I do not think Moonfire does this. Also in the field this tree is a lighter red then BloodGood and bronzes out in the late summer. The leaves are similar to BloodGood and Moonfire but is more toothed and comes closer to the center. The leaves are more narrow also. It is the color, especially when the tree is young. The new growth is red-orange and then as it grows and ages becomes darker red (not purple) and is almost multicolored before the tree matures. The viens are lighter yellow and are very visable. It almost looks like the Matsukaze picture in Vertrees 3rd edition but is not as it is described. Plus the foliage is more red/pink and viens not quite as pronounced.