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A few new Japanese maples..

Posted by firefightergardener Zone 7/8 (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 8, 10 at 15:15

A few photos of newer maples that I am pretty happy to have in my gardens.

Acer shirasawanum 'Auream' - Either a sport or a strangely coloring 'Auream'. Either way, it's wonderful.
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Acer palmatum 'Ryu sen'. A pendulous/groundcover type that grows like a weed. This plant, which I am going to train along the creek bed, grew over 4' last year on multiple leaders.
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Acer palmatum 'Shirazz', syn. 'Gwen's Rose Delight' and 'Geisha Gone Wild'. Stunning by any name.
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Thanks for looking.

-Will


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RE: A few new Japanese maples..

The last picture is Geisha Gone Wild? Stunning.


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RE: A few new Japanese maples..

Beautiful selections!
Thanks, Will!

Josh


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RE: A few new Japanese maples..

Yep, the second one is 'Geisha Gone Wild'.

Great new selection. The varigation is stronger with some sun.


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