We are very excited to introduce 'Twinkles', a new dwarf Coral Bark Japanese Maple, discovered in Georgia as a chance seedling. While having many of the same characteristics as its larger growing cousins, such as the brilliant coral-red bark in winter, the diminutive Twinkles measures in at only 6 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide at maturity, making her a perfect fit for smaller garden spaces and containers. But there are other unique and exciting attributes. First, the dainty new leaves emerge pink changing to light lime-green providing an overall soft look to the tree. Second, Twinkles could also be nicknamed "The Fireworks Maple." Reason being, as July approaches a second flush of tiny, brightly colored leaves in shades of pink, red and golden-yellow on slender shoots appear, giving the effect of twinkling fireworks, hence the name. With the arrival of cooler temperatures in fall the leaves transition to yellow, orange and red shades. Late fall and winter sun then sets off the brilliant red color on the leafless branches, which adds incredible interest in the landscape. Get all the details below!