Acer palmatum 'Mayday' Rare Dwarf Japanese Maple
Acer palmatum 'Mayday'
Rare Peach Orange Miniature Japanese Maple
'Mayday' is a new selection of a peach-orange to white variant of the ever popular 'Mikawa yatsubusa'. It has proven extremely difficult to propagate and we are excited to finally have these few available.
'Mayday' leafs out in the early spring as a peach-orange to white in early spring. The color is dramatic. As the colors begin to fade, 'Mayday' turns a beautiful blonde color which may even be more appealing than the early spring. By late summer 'Mayday' is a beautiful shade of chartreuse green. Like 'Mikawa yatsubusa', 'Mayday' has a tight layering habit and is extremely miniature in its growth. 'Mayday' is expected to reach 3 ft tall and 3 ft wide in 10 years. The shingle-like appearance makes this dwarf stand out among other trees and makes everyone want a 'Mayday' for their garden. 'Mayday' typically turns yellows to orange for us in the garden. It would not surprise me if 'Mayday' did turn red in the fall in some environments. Not many of these. Better act fast before they are gone. Only 1 gallons available and I doubt any will make it to three gallons before they are sold out.
Trees were potted from large liners to gallons in this spring and may not have completely filled out their pots.
You can buy Acer palmatum 'Mayday' dwarf Japanese maple tree online mail-order. Mayday is a beautiful peach orange mikawa yatsubusa variant of Japanese maple tree. A purchase of a dwarf Mayday Japanese maple is a true investment in your yard! Acer palmatum 'Mayday' is the peach orange Mikawa yatsubusa variant Japanese maple tree for you. Buy this Mayday dwarf Japanese maple tree online with confidence at our online Japanese maple store.
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Limited Quantities Available !! As we have over a thousand cultivars of Japanese maples, we often do not have many of each cultivar. We recommend that you buy the Japanese maples you want immediately as we often sell out of certain selections.