A small to medium-sized deciduous tree, this cultivar is noted for its coral-red bark that is particularly showy in the fall and winter after the leaves drop. The foliage will retain a light green-yellow color through spring and summer, and in fall it will turn bright yellow. The color intensifies in cold weather to almost salmon. As with most coral-bark maples, in cool moist areas, it will suffer from disease if it is fertilized too heavily.
Sun: Full sun – part shade
Mature size: 25 ft tall, 15-20 ft wide
Foliage: Light yellow-lime green
Watering: Regular. Keep moist
Some plants can be toxic if ingested