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A japonicum aconitifolium near my house:
I have ordered some seedling A griseum that will arrive in the spring. I would be happy to send a couple to you @RookiePresent if you are located...
@LoverOfMaples it was from Oriental Garden Supply. It was packaged well and looks healthy.
@emery the maple is grafted so I hope I have the cultivar
My new Acer amplum subsp. amplum 'Gold Coin' looking stunning.
Bonus was that it has seeds :)
@AlainK has no proper hat. He swallowed it after @Mani rooted that maple.
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This is my giant air layer project. Started June 2019. Had a few roots August 2020.
Hope to be able to remove fall...
Is 'Atropurpureum' a cultivar? I have always considered red-leaved A palmatum as atropurpurem
4 cubic feet (123 liters) perlite on Amazon for $30. Free shipping for prime.
It does muddle the picture
Maybe the 3rd picture is a "red herring" LOL
Leaves red? They look like that in the group image.
maybe Acer platanoides 'Crimson Sentry'
@zfrittz I got a lot of callus but never any roots. After about 6 weeks I started to get black stems so I turned off the system. I have started...
@Mani I have no rooting yet. Most still look fine and lots have the "bubbles." A few got fungus on leaves and I removed and then started spraying...
"mettre en jauge" is maybe the equivalent process of "heeling in?"
I am rooting for griseum also. Would be great to have that many. My friend's griseum had seedlings but they only grew a couple inches the first...
I don't mean to be a downer, but those are growing too fast IMO to be griseum. Do you have Acer negundo (Box elder) near by? Those look like...
@Del I was thinking that it is looking pretty vigorous on its own roots.
@Del why is "not grafted" disappointing?
This is day 8. Many of the cuttings starting to form "bumps" which I presume is the location for the roots to emerge
From the weekend:
Post trimming getting a soak in rooting hormone
In the cloner
with LED grow...
Did Chicago area have cicada last year? Looks remarkably similar to damage I saw from cicada in Iowa in 2007