Acer palmatum 'Hupp's Dwarf'

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  1. Elmore

    Elmore Active Member 10 Years

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    Here is Acer palmatum 'Hupp's Dwarf'. Photo made 4-14-04.
     

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    yweride Active Member 10 Years

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    Photos taken 5/15/05
     

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    yweride Active Member 10 Years

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  4. mjh1676

    mjh1676 Active Member Maple Society 10 Years

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    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.
     

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    yweride Active Member 10 Years

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    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.
     

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    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.
     

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    I am amazed there are so many photo's of Hupps Dw Nice !!!!
     

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  8. Xi-feng

    Xi-feng Rising Contributor

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    I love this thing. It doesn't look like anything just yet, but somehow it's just so..... cute.
    20210530 Hupps Dwarf.jpg
     
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    Acerholic Paragon of Plants Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout Maple Society

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    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.
     
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    Xi-feng Rising Contributor

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    Beautiful golden-green spring foliage: enjoying it while it lasts!

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    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:

    20220702 Hupps Dwarf.jpg
     
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    Acerholic Paragon of Plants Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout Maple Society

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    Hupps dwarf with pigtails.......Now that's a new one for the forum Lol.
     
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