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Yes, That was the reason I got the Shantung which is fast growing and heat tolerant. Planted that in between the 2 Japanese maples for shades....
I have 3 maples growing in full sun in Zone 10b. Zero shade out in the open lawn.
~ Shantung Firedragon
~ Acer oliverianum ssp...
If only I can get these colors in my hardiness zone.
wow, I thought it was done for. Great job taking care of it!
only maple that gave me fall colors in zone 10b.
Acer oliverianum ssp formosanum
Bloodgood - nope
Fire dragon shantung - nope
elegant maple -...
amazing work. but the headband gotta go
According to the seller, these were grown from seeed..... So we have no idea what it is. Kumquat hybrid
It's too small to be a Mandarin. Plus the peel is very tough and hard like a lime.
The Calamansi a hybrid between a kumquat and Mandarin.
Yeah, not sure what it is. But the rounder fruit are calamansi.
The oblong shaped one is the one in question. The outer peel is also very thick...
Needed a kumquat tree for a our tea shop and I searched the net. Couldn't be found anywhere due to restrictions. Went searching on the local ads...
Yeah I'm surprised this took as the air layering I did on the Bloodgood didn't working. But just sticking them into the soils with no rooting...
Some Bloodgood cuttings I stuck into the ground around the dripper during winter pruning is starting to bud out?
I've seen this done on Fruit trees, but has anyone ever done it with Japanese Maples? Would love to try and graft different colored varieties...