Acers in Autumn – a fantastic range of Japanese Acers

Acers (Japanese Maple) prized as ornamental trees with stunning foliage & strikingly elegant forms
Acers (Japanese Maple) in Autumn, prized as ornamental trees with stunning foliage & strikingly elegant forms

Acers are more commonly known as Japanese Maple and are prized as ornamental trees with stunning foliage & strikingly elegant forms. Acers have been in English gardens for over 200 years now and are very suited to our UK Climate. Typically slow growing, most of the acers we have in stock are over 10 years old.

Acers – colourful autumn foliage
Acers – colourful autumn foliage & beautiful form

Here at Paramount Plants, we have 30 varieties of Acers with a huge choice of sizes and maturities. Many of our Japanese Acers are on special offer right now with special promo codes available for use at the checkout. Visit our Special Offers page for the latest deals on offer and take advantage and plant your Acers with ample time for them to settle in before the cold weather arrives.

Acer Palmatum Dissectum
The Acer Palmatum Dissectum varieties are generally slow growing and ideally suited to urban gardens.

We like to think we have an Acer for every garden. Choose from our smaller plants such as the 70 cm tall Acer Palmatum Shindeshojo. For something larger, we suggest more mature specimens such as our Acer Palmatum Japonicum Aconitifolium, standing 3 metres tall.

Over 40% of our Japanese Acers are on special offer right now! Buy online or in the nursery.
Over 40% of our Japanese Acers are on special offer right now! Buy online or in the nursery.

The Acer Palmatum Dissectum varieties are slow growing and ideally suited to urban gardens. They are sometimes referred to as umbrella acers due to their lovely natural dome shape and delicate lace-shaped leaves.

At Paramount Plants, we have 30 varieties of Japanese acers with a huge choice of sizes and maturities.
At Paramount Plants, we have 30 varieties of Japanese acers with a huge choice of sizes and maturities.

For further reading, you may be interested in the Japanese Garden Society