Acer palmatum 'Mardi Gras'

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    Re: Acer palmatum Mardi Gras

    Hi, Alex
    I agree 'Mardi Gras' is very colorful and variegated. Yours is even a little more colorful
    than mine. How much sun does yours get?
    Thanks
    Mike
     
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    hi Mike :) no more sun this is in partial shade under one big olive tree ,sun is present the morning for two hours
     
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    Eeew! Yukk! I'd much rather grow Acer palmatum 'Muddy Grass' ;-)
     
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    Muddy? Mardi is illegitimate?
     
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    No, just hideous!
     
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    My young 'Mardi Gras' is growing well. Year 2 in my care. I hope there are lots more to come. It was also slip potted today.
     

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