Tamukeyama’ is a red-leaf, dissected (cutleaf/laceleaf) cultivar that grows in a mound or dome to 6-8’ tall spreading by weeping and cascading branching to 12’ wide. It features deeply cut and dissected purple red leaves (to 4” long) that turn brighter red in fall. Foliage is noted for retaining good color throughout the summer. Small reddish-purple flowers in spring are somewhat attractive on close inspection, but are not showy from a distance. Flowers are followed by samaras that ripen in late summer to fall. Used in Bonsai.