When bare this Japanese maple (possibly a 'Bloodgood') has a cool vase shaped form.
I've always enjoyed seeing pictures of falling leaves making a carpet of foliage on the garden grounds.
This maple is the mother plant of the Japanese maple I planted for dad. Together with another Japanese maple I planted earlier in the summer (which is also from the same tree) it should one day provide a spectacular fall show.
Japanese maples may take some time to grow but the wait is worth it!