Does Fireglow have a green cousin?
I am so happy with the Fireglow maple you folks steered me to a year and a half ago, got it from Herters mail order. It is the joy of my life, and is managing to thrive in my southern exposure yard with hot afternoon sun. Here's a picture from last summer, it is half again as big this year.
Now I find I might have room for one more. It can't really get above 10 feet. I like the palmate leaves. It has to be able to tolerate my yard with some windy times, hot afternoon sun, southern exposure. I'd prefer green leaves. I wish so much I could grow the "Butterfly" cultivar, but I've seen them fried at the nursery and I'm afraid that's what would happen to them in my yard.
Anyone have any othr jms that are doing OK in afternoon sun? Not too big.
I highly recommend Fireglow.