A new Japanese maple that we only recently added to the collection and have little information on. The plants look to be standouts in the crowd. The dwarf, shrubby specimens sport diminutive palm-shaped leaves comprised of five distinctive lobes. In spring the growth elongates in shades of bright pinks and reds. As the season progresses these colors age to rich green prior to transforming to a riot of scarlet-orange in September and October. The slow, sculpted growers can be expected to reach 2-3' high and wide after 10-15 years in the garden.