This green leaved maple is another variant. Like the azalea, maples have a huge amount of varieties with different colours and patterns on their very striking foliage. The smooth bark tends to be more characteristic, though cork-like bark varieties are also seen relatively regularly.
There is no strong bend in the trunk, and the foliage is relatively evenly distributed over the top half of the tree, left and right, front and back. This is a form of broom style. However, the use of negative space, or gaps, between the branches prevent it feeling ‘heavy’.