Acer palmatum 'Aoshime-no-uchi'

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  1. Silver surfer

    Silver surfer Contributor 10 Years

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    Acer palmatum "Aoshime-no-uchi". Photo taken 25 Oct 2007 at Westonbirt, The National Arboretum , Gloucestershire , U.K.
    In 2005, an expansion of the Maple collection started with an initial planting of 100 Japanese Maples, to mark the centenary of the Rotary Club. This is one of those trees.
     

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    Re: Acer palmatum "Aoshime-no-uchi"

    Great picture!

    Can you tell me the difference between 'Aoshime no uchi' and 'Aoshime no uchi shidare'?

    I am a little stumped on this one.

    Thanks!!! :)
     
  3. Silver surfer

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    Re: Acer palmatum "Aoshime-no-uchi"

    Consulted our reference books and found the answer in "Maples for Gardens",by the van Gelderens.Shidare apparently means ;branches pendulous.Hope this helps.
    Luddite
     
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    Re: Acer palmatum "Aoshime-no-uchi"

    Here are a few of mine.
     

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