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From Buchholz Nursery description -
Acer palmatum 'Anna's Broom'
Anna's Broom Japanese Maple
A small deciduous tree with...
An interesting good growing dwarf for me.
It has gotten denser and denser. It has had dieback some years, but a lot of the dwarfs leaf out early...
This cultivar continues to impress me with its strong mottled coloring (especially the yellow/cream coloring) when it gets plenty of sun, and...
My Manyo No Sato continues to grow pretty well, looks healthy and stays in mostly mid day sun. It's not a sickly cultivar for me, grows strong.
Here is some pics of my Shin Hikasa. I had it in a cold frame last winter, and no dieback. It did wait a long time to start growing, and has not...
Mine is the same way, moody tree who's leaves start to go at the end of summer, or a little stress. But it still grows year after year.
I like the cayenne pepper idea. As long as it doesn't do to maples what it does to my rear end.
For some reason, l read somewhere - I read about...
I have both. Certainly vote for the Manyo no sato.
Diane's stuff is good - but I got mine from Sam at Eastfork.
One of my favorites.
My bihou (or however it is spelled) is not a strong cultivar with lots of dieback.
Its sheltered in the winter, so I just think it's a weaker...
I've used a variant of Al's mix.
1/2 pine bark
1/4 Mini Pine bark nuggets.
The turface does help with keeping some...
Mine is still looking pretty good, not as good as my previous photo, a little more reddish this year, less maroon.
I've had a few reversions to the Amoeum leaf on mine.
Just hacked them off.
This one is a favorite of mine.
I remember it looking mostly a white powderish stuff, with some other pebbly like stuff mixed in. I have not used it in a few years - seems skunks...
I peeled them off this time, and legs the have indeed. Now I feel dumb.
So a very diluted hand-soap mix?