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Discussion in 'Acer palmatum cultivars (photos)' started by Elmore, Apr 30, 2004.
Here is Acer palmatum 'Hupp's Dwarf'. Photo made 4-14-04.
Photos taken 5/15/05
Photos Taken 6/5/05
The plants at Greer don't look nearly so good this time of year.
Here is a plant I got a few days ago, that looks shocking similar to a plant pictured above. I have admired this dwarf for sometime, and was happy to find what seems to be a nice specimen. While not shockingly different than some other similar dwarf varieties, the new summer growth is quite striking. You can also see a combination of differentently sized leaves that adds a bit of interest.
Yes, they look a little rough. I got mine this spring, at the time it was the only place i could find them. I have since found a grower who will provide me with some nice plants this fall, i cant wait.
Here is a 'Hupps Dwarf' at Stanley and Sons Nursery in Boring, Oregon. This is the largest one i've ever seen, it stands about 3 1/2 to 4 feet tall. Sorry for the bad quality pics.
This is a close-up of the new growth on my Hupp's Dwarf, a 30" high multi-branched specimen that looks fabulous all year round. The photo was taken May 5, 2007. This tree receives about 3 hours of full sun and spends the rest of the day in bright filtered light.
I am amazed there are so many photo's of Hupps Dw Nice !!!!
I love this thing. It doesn't look like anything just yet, but somehow it's just so..... cute.
Those leaves look amazing Xi, so very healthy. I really don't care about the size of the tree, I like to see a a wonderful specimen as you have there.
Beautiful golden-green spring foliage: enjoying it while it lasts!
New growth on my Hupps Dwarf. Something about the colour and those two points of growth make the little tree look like it's wearing pigtails, which is hilarious to me:
Hupps dwarf with pigtails.......Now that's a new one for the forum Lol.