Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Variegatum'

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    alex66 Well-Known Member Maple Society 10 Years

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    one the best cultivar for my zone good hot resistance...fantastic autumn color
     

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    Re: acer Dissectum variegatum

    this plant is really beautiful. but I'm not sure is this name is proper. does Acer dissectum exist?
     
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    Re: acer Dissectum variegatum

    of course is palmatum Dissectum different to platanoides Dissectum; however this pics are in sub forum "acer palmatum cultivars"....
     
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    Gomero Well-Known Member Maple Society 10 Years

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    Re: acer Dissectum variegatum

    I am sure that Alex really means Acer amoenum var. matsumurae 'Dissectum variegatum'. According to Vertrees (2nd edition) it is distinguished from 'Toyama nishiki' and 'Beni shidare tricolor' by the lack of reds in the variegation.

    Gomero
     
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    Re: acer Dissectum variegatum

    Hi Alex, is it the one listed in Vertrees 2nd edition as A. palmatum dissectum variegatum, page 79, which van Gelderen refers to as A. p. 'Dissectum Variegatum' in "Maples of the World" , page 281 ? Nice tree.
     
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    Re: acer Dissectum variegatum

    yes ,the description in Maples of the world is corretc,the evident different to Goshiki shidare (in my garden for 4 years,died after one very dry, summer 2007)is the green color of the leaves, in d.Variegatum is ligth ,in Goshiki shidare is deep green;this is my osservation...
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