Intermediate or medium size Japanese maple varieties typically grow less than 12" per year.
Most Japanese maples are considered to be intermediate growers, producing around 12 inches of new growth each year. After 10 years, you could expect a medium-sized tree that is somewhere between 8 and 10 feet in size depending on growth rate and form. On each product page, a full description as well as additional growth information is provided. Find the perfect medium-sized maple for your garden by using the search filters on the left to meet your needs.
LANDSCAPE USES Since these do not grow to be very tall, they are en excellent tree for smaller gardens where a full-sized maple would be too large.
If you are looking for a maple that will develop some height but not become a large tree, an intermediate maple is just what your garden needs.