The red headed dancing girl lives up to its name when its green summer foliage turns orange and fiery red in autumn!
Acer palmatum 'Beni-maiko' (translated as: red head dancing girl) is a most unusual maple tree. Vibrant displays of bright red and pink, deeply lobed foliage emerge in the spring which turns pinkish-red followed by green in the summer and then bursts into vibrant orange and fiery red autumn colours.
Full height to 3m. Supplied in a 19cm diameter pot, approx 60cm tall.