The Japanese Maple (Ace) is an extremely popular and wonderfully attractive bonsai tree.
A Nomura maple is a deciduous tree that belongs to the maple family, Aceraceae. It is a cultivar or variety of the species Acer Pseudosieboldianum, which is native to Japan and Korea. The tree is named after Mr. Nomura, a Japanese plant collector who discovered it.
The Nomura maple is prized for its attractive foliage and graceful form. The leaves are palm-shaped and similar to those of a Japanese maple, featuring five to seven lobes with serrated edges. In spring and summer, the foliage is deep green, and it transforms into vibrant shades of orange, red, and yellow during the autumn months, creating a stunning display.
This maple variety is known for its adaptability and hardiness, making it suitable for a range of climates. It thrives in full sun to partial shade and prefers well-drained soil. The Nomura maple is often used in landscapes, gardens, and parks as an ornamental tree due to its aesthetic appeal. Its smaller size makes it a good choice for urban gardens or areas with limited space.
Overall, the Nomura maple is appreciated for its lovely foliage and compact growth habit, making it a popular choice among gardeners and maple enthusiasts.
- Relatively easy to care for
- Great aesthetics and brightly coloured leaves
- In 20cm pot with drainage hole
- Upright informal style
- Image shown is of the actual tree you will receive unless stated otherwise in the actual product's description
- The height given is from the base of the pot to the top of the tree.
- The tree received may be slightly different from the picture. Whilst we try to keep the photos of our trees as up to date as possible, these are live plants and, as such, will continue to grow and change slightly in between the times we take the photos.
- Some of our Bonsai pots are bought in bulk and unfortunately it's impossible to photograph each single item so the photograph used is taken from one random item of each collection we sell. In 99% of cases this means that any differences won't even be noticeable, however, if you have seen a particular image of a pot that has a certain streak of paint in a certain place, bear in mind that the pot you receive may not be 100% identical to this.