Acer palmatum 'Orangeola'

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  1. MtnGato

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    Beautiful cascading dissectum with unique coloration. These pictures reflect the greening that occurs in Summer; much more red in Spring and more orange in Fall.
     

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    Nice pics. Keep'em coming
     
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    spring shot of orangeola
     

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    Here are a few spring shots of my Orangeola... I can't wait for this plant to grow into itself.. I bought this because of its feathery texture and how light its growth pattern is, the full grown orangeolas I have seen, seem more like a leafy waterfall than a plant.

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    Here are pictures of what I think is an Orangeola, this maple and others japanese maples can be found at Descanso Gardens
    (http://www.descansogardens.org/site/) in the Japanese Garden section (how fitting). The gardens are located in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains just outside of Los Angeles in a community call LaCañada Flintridge.

    The Maple didn't have a tag on it, but size, leaf shape, and growth pattern reminded me of the Orangeolas I have seen. ( If I am incorrect in my assumption, let me know and I will repost this under the correct variation.)

    shiroi oni
     

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    Here pics of my orangeola taken in May - it stays pretty red all year. (Kasagi yama in the foreground.)
     

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    I love this forum. The info provided led me to this Orangeola purchase.
    I planted this 3 year old graft under the evening shade of a sugar maple.
    Can't wait to see the fall color.
    This picture was taken mid summer (late July) in northern Indiana - zone 6.
     

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  9. amazingmaples

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    Here is a photo of one of my Ap Orangeola
     

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    here is one of my smaller Orangeola with some great fall color
     

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    here is the color in spring 2011
     

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    I love my Orangeola! I'm excited to see it side by side next to my sam-size Inaba Shidare in a month or two when they are fully leafed out. I have a feeling that Orangeola will still be my favorite.

    photo taken just a few days ago after re-potting to its new home for a few years :)
     

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    this years color is a nice red orange
     

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    Here is the fall color of 2011

    I added a photo just before the leaves blew off.
     

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    My new Orangeola. I thought about planting it but decided to put it into a container for this year. It is starting to look more like cousin it.
     

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    fall color 2013
     

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  17. maplesmagpie

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    I bought an Orangeola this spring-- the tag said one thing, the burlap ball tag and bucket said another. I grabbed it and headed to the register.

    It was the brightest thing in the yard this fall... I'm hoping it does well over the winter. This spring I think I'll need to dig it up and take care of some root issues I noticed when I planted it.
     

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  18. Acerholic

    Acerholic Esteemed Contributor Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout Maple Society

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    This is my new Acer palmatum 'Orangeola ', 13th July 2020. It has been placed near my seating area in full afternoon sun along with a few of my other dissectum's. I find that the dissectum varieties handle sun a lot better than other palmate cultivars.
    This maple will form a lovely colourful mound shape about 3 ft high in ten years. Mine is only a 4 year old tree atm.
    I am really looking forward to the Autumn colours. More photos to follow.
     

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    22nd July 2020, a couple of little spots here and there, but as promised I will show close ups to show how it's coping. I'm still very pleased with this cultivar.
     

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    That's a beauty
     
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    My Orangeola has not enjoyed this heavy rain as much as a lot of my other dissectums, but here it is to show how it fared in the extremely heavy rain today 24th July 2020.
     

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    August 6th 2020 and extreme heat is forecast over the next few days, so I thought I would post photos of my dissectums before and after to show how they cope. This I feel can be useful for people considering buying a particular variety.
     

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  24. Acerholic

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    12th August 2020 still very hot and in fact yesterday was the hottest I've ever seen in my garden. Ground temperature hit 48° C by my trees.
    They are all now suffering. But I will continue the Summer diary as requested.
    My Orangeola is coping very well. ATM.
     

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    17th August 2020, now three days of heavy rain and my trees are picking up at last.
    A moody look today to my Orangeola, the clouds covered so I took this before anymore rain.
     

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