Acer palmatum 'Yasemin' A chance seedling noticed by Cor van Geldern at Firma C. Esveld and named after his Daughter Mirte Yasemin. To further qutoe the Vertrees 3rd edition: " Interestingly the original plant seems to display the influence of severy nearby trees-the color of 'Bloodgood', the habit of 'Trompenburg', and the leaf shape of Acer japonicum 'Aconitifolium'." While I am not sure of the above, it makes a good story and does sufficiently describe the tree. A very similar cultivar would be Acer shirasawanum 'Gloria'. The validity of these trees as hybrids and how to classify them still needs consideration.