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Some uncommon Japanese maples(photo heavy)

Posted by firefightergardener 7/8 ( on
Tue, May 3, 11 at 0:00

Share some of your unusual JM's here please. I'll post a few as Spring trudges along here in the Pacific Northwest.

Acer palmatum 'Hupp's Dwarf'. 7 years old now, about a foot wide and tall.


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RE: Some uncommon Japanese maples(photo heavy)

Here are thumbnails of a few of mine.
shirasawanum 'Jordan'

longipes 'Gold Coin' with flowers

palmatum 'Summer Gold' that I grafted last summer

pictum 'Usugumo'


RE: Some uncommon Japanese maples(photo heavy)


It looks like Mikawa yatsubusa hybrid?

Here is a link that might be useful: Mikawa yatsubusa x Moonrise hybrid

RE: Some uncommon Japanese maples(photo heavy)

Very nice maples, Keith. The seedlings you sent are doing very well, appreciate that. I'll be sending you, I think, quite a few grafts this fall.

Have a great weekend.


RE: Some uncommon Japanese maples(photo heavy)

I'm not sure how uncommon these are

Acer shirasawanum Moonrise


Acer shirasawanum 'Sensu'


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