Acer palmatum 'Ginga'

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  1. alex66

    alex66 Rising Contributor Maple Society 10 Years

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    beautiful maple leaves variegated green/white ,new branch red!!
    date spring 2008
     

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    What is your query?
    ciao!
     
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    alex66 Rising Contributor Maple Society 10 Years

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    Hi K Baron have you informations about nursery that select this cultivar?ciao e grazie!!
     
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    K Baron

    I don't get it. How does that link address Alex's query regarding the provenance of AP 'Ginga'?
     
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    K Baron Well-Known Member

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    Contact them and you will find out!
    They have ben most helpful to me in the past.... I hope that the the theme of this thread is uninjured by my efforts.
     
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    K Baron,

    I received this message from Specimen Trees in response to query regarding 'Ginga':

    "Regarding Acer Palmatum Ginga, no idea, cant find it in my library.

    Walt Pinder

    Project Manager

    Specimen Trees Wholesale Nurseries"

    Are you confused about the theme of this thread?
     
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    Kaitain4 Well-Known Member Maple Society 10 Years

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    Alex,

    Wonderful tree!! I saw this on Maliot (or maybe it was Esveld) site and wanted one, so I put it on my wish list for Diana at Topiary Gardens. She can import from Europe from time to time, so in a few years maybe we can have this one in the States!


    Thanks!
     
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    Picked up from Iconic Gardens last month, already starting to leaf out (guess Oregon didn't get as cold as we did this winter, lol). Can't wait to see it side by side with Manyo no sato... :) Pretty 'whippy' though, definitely going to have to stake the branches this year so the Kansas wind doesn't knock the tree senseless.
     

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    So far I'm liking this cultivar; can't wait to compare it to Manyo no sato.
     

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    I have one someplace in my mess of maples. I remember seeing the name but i do not believe it had any leaves at this time.

    You can try Buchholz Nursery site since that is who i got the tree from.
     
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    alex66 Rising Contributor Maple Society 10 Years

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    K 4 :-))mine is from Maillot France is not fast growing only ,30 cm/four years. (around 11 inches)the bark is very lovely yellow,ligth green with green stripes!
     
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    I'm guessing it's because the tree is still young and going through 'growing pains', but thus far, it has some of the most varied leaf shape/color I've seen...
     

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