Maple - Bloodgood
If you�ve looked in envy at beautiful Japanese Maples but thought you lived in too cold an area, think again. Even in eastern Canada you will see the glorious Bloodgood Japanese Maple thriving, hardy to minus 30. A whole zone tougher than its relatives, this red-leafed maple has delicate fingered leaves that emerge red, turn a rich burgundy all summer than end with crimson shades in fall. Making a small, upright tree, this special Japanese Maple will thrive in shade as well as cold and be a delight at all seasons.