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Re: Pinus parviflora 'Goldylocks'
It's been determined that Goldylocks is a synonym for 'Tenysu-kazu'. Someone (shouldn't have) introduced it...
Re: Picea mariana 'Blue Tear Drop'
Picea glauca 'Blue Teardrop' has been in the trade since the early 1980's & was found as a reversion on a...
In my last post about Acer Palmatum Tattoo I had mentioned grafting the 1/2 inch caliper stump of a Tattoo that was broken by a landscaper . This...
Over the years there has been controversy over Acer Palmatum Tattoo . This is the real Tattoo . This plant is 4 years old and resembles a...
a lot, Maf.
That's it man.
Best Regards to the group.
That looks right to me too Ron. I'll keep up with this thread, in the meantime.
Thanks a lot!
Well, the underside of rubrum has one long line that continues from the petiole to the furthest tip, whereas this maple (also said to be a "small...
I don't know if this will be of help but here are a set of newly formed buds:
I think we're getting somewhere. Acer spicatum doesn't fit the bill, at least not for me.
I'll await more opinions and thanks, skunkyjoe.
leaves have a thickness quality and are approximately 3" in height x 2.75" in width.
I was sent this maple branch from a person in Pennsylvania who needs an id. I thought I wouldn't have much trouble but I...
It only seems correct at the time, now. Should a cone prove otherwise, then it will again be classified
as Pinus koraiensis 'Dragon Eye'. The...
Re: Pinus koraiensis 'Jack Korbit'
Upon more conversation among experts, we have
concluded the following:
Pinus koraiensis (x) 'Dragon Eye' is...
Re: Pinus koraiensis 'Jack Corbit'
Name should be, Jack Korbit.
Thank you Gentlemen. I'm both on track and have notified
the owner of these trees of each individual situation - and
he agrees with you guys....
I'm sort of becoming a bit confused as to what threads I [created(2)] [(1)with photos only added to a previous poster] should be...
You bet guys... thanks.
Ron, you were right on track.
"The Acer miyabei was a volunteer seedling from one of the trees at Morton Arb, from which that cultivar was named....
"The Acer Ã—coriaceum was identified in person by James "Acer" Harris, who wrote the British book on maples. The label must have been mistyped...