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Discussion in 'Acer palmatum cultivars (photos)' started by Jaybee63, Jun 7, 2019.
My Milligan a couple of days ago.
A few quick pictures of Milligan this morning.
April 4th 2022 and my Milligan is just leafing out. Very green compared to N @D97x7 specimen. But we will see how it develops over the next week.
I still can't get over how different my Milligan is to D's @Acerholic
Completely different N , I think I've lost mine. Yours is a picture of health and so I will enjoy your photos.
Oh no that's a shame.
Yes very annoying, I'm trying to find a replacement as we speak.
24th May 2022 and I'm so pleased my replacement Milligan is able to take part on the thread.
Nice one D, can anyone tell me what the growth habit of this one is please? I staked mine last year but I've recently removed those as it seems to want to be more spreading then upright in
Thought I'd add a couple of pictures of what I'm affectionately calling Dr Octopus at the moment.
This is spreader N, have a look at @Jaybee63 posting #14
Your Octopus wants to spread it's tentacles!!!! Lol.
Cool, I'll just let it do it's thing then from now on, thanks D.
Joining the crew...
1st July 2022 and I'm pleased to announce that my replacement Milligan is exceeding expectations. Soooo happy.
Milligan spreading itself out a bit now I've unstaked, is that a word, it.
A couple of August updates, it seems to have weathered the recent heat pretty well, it is in a lot of shade though now, also the reds have given way somewhat so looks more like others specimens.
It has weathered the heat very well indeed N. Looking so very nice when there are crispy leaves everywhere this year.
Milligan spring 2023
Pictures taken today of Milligan
29th May 2023 and I'm pleased to show that my replacement Milligan is doing well.