Acer palmatum Midori no teiboku
'Midori no teiboku', which means "green spreading," forms a low-growing mound that is wider than it is tall. Its chartreuse leaves are deeply dissected. 'Midori no teiboku' was originallhy discovered as a chance seedling of Viridis by Dr. Corbin, Oregon. It may reach 3 feet in ten years, and makes a great focal point in any garden.