Acer japonicum 'O taki'

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  1. Elmore

    Elmore Active Member 10 Years

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    Here is Acer japonicum 'O taki'. I had a small one before but it never took off and eventually bit the dust. This one looks like a keeper. Photo made 4-14-04.
     

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  2. mjh1676

    mjh1676 Active Member Maple Society 10 Years

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    Seasonal Series

    Spring to fall, the only thing missing is the flowers.
     

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    This is a very large-leafed Japonicum which is sensational in the Spring. Huge colorful leaves come forth with peach-colored new leaves. Quite nice. This photo was taken April 19, 2005.
     

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    This photo was taken of the same plant on April 25, 2007. It's colorful in the spring, displaying lots of pinks, light yellows, peach and lime green colors. It does, however, need some space.
     

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    Spring 2010. Small yet but big leaves, and nice shape.
     

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    am seeing marvelous footage of this variety in the spring but does anyone have photos of the Japonicum in full Autmun colours ? I understand the colours are quite intense

    Eric
     

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