There's no question about how this tree gets it's name, with it's coral pinkish-red trunk and branches. This is one of the more attractive Japanese Maples, especially during the early spring and late fall through winter months, when the lack of leaves allowed you to see it's gorgeous bark. Another lovely trait of this cultivar is its yellowish-green foliage spring through summer, which turns to a bright yellow in the fall. This can grow 20 to 25 feet tall, making it one of the larger Japanese Maple trees out there. These can be planted in full sun, also unlike many of the other cultivars.
The tree available is approximately 5ft tall.