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Acer

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Acer platanoides Cleveland is a distinct more compact form of this species and originates from North America where it is popular as a street tree due to its tolerance of pollution and strong upright growth habit, making this form particularly useful in any situation where space is limited.

Acer platanoides Crimson King

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'A large and very handsome tree with leaves of a wonderfully deep, wine-like colour. Its flowers produce a firework display of rich yellow and reds.

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A rare and interesting form

Acer platanoides Drummondii

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A stunning form of the Norway Maple with creamy-white margins to the leaves. Has a tendency to revert, so keep the secateurs handy!

Acer platanoides Emerald Queen

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This larger sized form Acer platanoides has brighter green and much more uniformed habit than the common Acer platanoides and which normally keeps its leader without a problem. This tough tree is suitable for most situations including town planting.

Acer platanoides Globosum

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Makes a small tree with a rounded head of short crowded branches and typical maple green foliage. Superb when used as a focal point or to frame a doorway or view.

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Not often seen, a quite rare form with stunning autumn colours

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This large shrub or small tree is grown for it's purple leaves and brilliant autumn colour. Height: upto 3m, spread: upto 2m. Plant in acid or neutral soil away from strong winds. Keep moist until established.

Acer pseudoplatanus Brilliantissimum

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A distinct, small tree which is slow growing. When young the leaves are glorious shrimp-pink, going through a wonderful transformation into pale yellow and then finally green.

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