AP 'Tsukasa' is an extreme upright-growing, vigorous tree that fits into small gardens even at 20', since it will be just 4' wide. Little else is known about this rare maple, except that it is a member of the Amoenum subspecies of Acer palmatum, having large, finely-toothed leaves that are shallowly to moderately divided. Summer: bright green, Fall: brilliant red (shown). 4x20' in 10.
*Boxwood 'Dee Runk' is reportedly the nicest of the columnar boxwoods tolerating shade and clay soils. Total height of 8-10 ft tall can be sheared shorter. Max width about two feet. Advantage over other upright boxwoods is dense growth that won't flop open. Will fit nicely next to the porch stairs and in the corner by the garage. Because of their modest size they are Perrrrrfect for around the front of the house too!!! More awwwwwwwwwesome curb appeal!!