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Very nice. I seen one @ Ed's garden that was also nice. His was labeled palmatum. I'm sure its the same.
Hey E. Beautiful pics! What's neighboring it to the left in the first photo?
Some nice color from a A. griseum seedling tucked in the greenhouse for the winter.
I soaked a few of mine in liquid fertilizer to experiment. Someone mentioned it once on here. The Ga3 is next on the list when it come to these...
It would be pretty cool if it is a sport :0)
The first photo reminds me of 'Shishigashira'. Is those the new leaves D?
Here are a few pics I found. I think I ended up with about 20 to 30 variegated seedlings out of 120 or so.
@Sébastien if you are in search of a almost promising variegation seed producer, find a seed producing 'Shigitasu sawa'. I have had very good luck...
It brings the colors out so much better!
@ROEBUK have this one ever been in the grown?
Pic taken 10.28.22
Didn't get a chance to get back around to the full fall color pic.
Good Luck @Kodama05 . Growing from seed is very fun!
We will see what next year brings but I have been thinking about calling the seller. I've been curious about it.
The seed coat looks pretty tough.
New planted Acer saccharum ssp. Leucoderme @ the Arnold. The fall color is amazing. It quickly caught my eye from a distance off trail.
Acer mandshuricum @ the Arnold showing beautiful fall color back in Oct. I collected a few seeds to try to germinate. The are some weird looking...
Acer pubinerve or Acer wuyuanense @ the Arnold