Spectacular leaf shape and coloration distinguishes Manyo No Sato Japanese Maples from all others. It is an upright but broad tree that grows 6 to 8 feet tall and 4-6 feet wide in 10 years. We're not sure the size after that, but not too much bigger. The striking variegated leaves with very deeply divided lobes emerge dark shades of purple to purple-red edged in lime green in spring, changing to mauve-red with green trim in summer when in part shade, or more green in full sun. That said, we suggest filtered sun or shade during the afternoon in hot-summer climates. With the arrival of cooler temperatures in fall the leaves turn to bright red and orange shades. High heat tolerance and unique coloration make Manyo No Sato an easy choice for those looking to add an unusually beautiful conversation piece to the garden. Get all the details below!