Acer shirasawanum 'Green snowflake'

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  1. amazingmaples

    amazingmaples Well-Known Member

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    This is a real cool wild growing tree. It lives up to its name.
     

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    sasquatch Active Member

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    In what way? Are their white variegations on a green background? Are the leaves really that tiny, or just unfurling?
     
  3. kaydye

    kaydye Active Member Maple Society 10 Years

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    I have one on order. It's just a green dissected leaf, isn't it. The first dissected shirasawanum? Also dwarf?
    Kay
     
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    amazingmaples Well-Known Member

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    As for the growth pattern, it is a bit wild, it grows more laterial. It seems to grow a lot but mine are fresh from the grower and full of food. The leaves are smaller than many shirawanum and have a nice lighter green color. The leaves themselves are dissected and look very similar to a snowflake.
     

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    I've been considering picking one of these up... Would you recommend it? What do you like/dislike about it? A picture showing the general habit of the tree would be most appreciated, if you are able. :)

    Thanks!!!
     

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