Acer circinatum ‘Pacific Purple’ (Pacific Purple Maple) is a multi-stem with upright spreading. A totally new appearance for the Pacific Northwest's native vine maple, this cultivar boasts bronze-green new growth in the spring that turns to deep purple in the heat of the summer and holds until fall.  Growth habit is 8 ft. tall x 4 ft. wide.  Zone: 5

Acer circinatum Pursh (Vine Maple) although not really a vine, has very slender, often sprawling, branches. These branches often root to produce new trees, creating dense thickets underneath the shade of taller conifers.  It is a small, usually multi-stemmed tree or shrub.  Circinatum refers to the “rounded,” regularly lobed leaves.  Growth habit is 8 ft. tall x 7 ft. wide.  Zone:  6-9

Acer circinatum ‘Sunglow’ (Sunglow Maple) is a gorgeous maple! Sunglow displays tones of apricot and peach as the leaves emerge in spring, fading to a lime chartreuse yellow for the rest of the season. Slow growing this maple will reach 6 feet in 10 years. Morning sun with protection from hot sun is best.  Hardy to -20 degrees.  Growth habit is 6 ft. tall x 3 ft. wide.  Zone:  5

Acer ginnala ‘Mozart’ (Mozart Maple) is a striking pyramidal shaped shrubby tree with a dominant central leader that produces brilliant and reliable fall colors in fiery harvest shades of red and orange; showy red seeds, makes an ideal accent tree Mozart Amur Maple has green foliage throughout the season. The lobed leaves turn an outstanding harvest gold in the fall. The flowers are not ornamentally significant. It features abundant showy red samaras in late summer. The rough gray bark and brick red branches are not particularly outstanding.  Growth is 20-25 ft. tall x 15-20 ft. wide.  Zone:  4

Acer griseum (Paperbark Maple) is a handsome tree with an oval to rounded crown and open habit. Soft green leaves change to scarlet in fall. Papery sheets of old bark peel to expose cinnamon-brown new bark. Deciduous.  Growth habit is 25 ft. tall x 15-20 ft. wide.  Zone:  5-8