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Discussion in 'Maples' started by Luke’s Maples, Oct 1, 2019.
P.disectum x2 Not sure what cultivar the yellow one is..green from spring, orange early fall then yellow.
Imposter = Koelreuteria paniculata coral sun
P.Asahi zuru..weird my other two have not changed at all..think I’ve over shaded them..but I have found this cultivar sensitive to too much sun
My young Acer p. "Viridis"
My Acer p. Orangela is starting to turn a little finally. Rainy day pics!
Yesterday @ the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University.
more Arnold pics.
1-4 is a palmatum from China and the rest are Acer pseudosieboldianum
more Arnold pics........
Yesterday @ Mount Auburn Cemetery - the colors are change quickly by the day.
1-5 Acer p. Threadleaf
6-9 Acer p. Sango Kaku
My garden is wild not only because I grow a large number of BC coast native plants but mainly because it's always a mess. The constant 'rainfall' of leaves from the dozens of Garry Oak, Arbutus and fir trees as well as seeds, bark, branches and cones is impossible to keep raked but takes years to decompose. The upside is that this environment supports a wide variety of native critters, large and small.
Whoops! Sent this before it was finished . . .
#1 - Acer 'Osakasuki'
#2 - Acer 'Bloodgood' (I think)
#3 - Acer 'Seiryu', A. 'Orangeola' and Hydrangea 'Phantom'
#4 - Acer circinatum . . . exceptionally lovely this year
- 'Orange Dream' (2)
- 'O sakazuki'
- Acer griseum (no sign of any change at all in the Acer monspessulanum in the background !)
- Acer shirasawanum 'Autumn Moon'
- -Acer palmatum ssp. (from seeds, prob. from a dissectum atropurpureum)
That's a beautiful garden Margot!
Alain, your Trompenburg is very dissected, more so than I've seen, looks almost like 'Peve's Starfish'. Do you recall where you got it?
Here's some more:
Acer 'Ariadne' in the sun, for the first 3
Next. Acer 'Koto no ito'
And then, Acer robustum (syn A. ceriferum and now so named in FOC), which did surprisingly well in the drought and sun. It is pretty well established now.
Special bonus to arrive at the magic number of 10 allowed pictures. (Why not more than 10? It would be nice to post as many as we want, oh lords of the fora...) The rare correctly identified Acer pubipalmatum. This is the (hairy) Chinese version of the Japanese Acer palmatum.
That's all for now! -E
I think I bought it in a garden centre, or perhaps at a plant fair in 2015.
Here is the first photo I took of it, June 2015 :
1-3 Acer p. Viridis @ URI yesterday
4-6 Acer p. Sango Kaku @ URI
Acer p. Arakawa @ URI
i collected this tree in March 2019 (var. unknown)
My Acer p. Peaches and Cream
Roger Williams Park, Providence RI
Few of the trees have plaques that say Arbor Day 1981
Roger Williams Park, Providence RI - part 2
2 of my most favorite
Some are at their peak :
- A. p. 'O sakazuki' :
- A. p. 'Red Wine' :
-A. p. 'Seiryu' :
Others are just beginning to change colours :
- A. p. ''Emerald Lace' :
A. p. 'Koto no Ito' :
Others still have their summer colours, like 'Jerre Schwartz' (against the small wall behind the 'O sakazuki'), or this 'Butterfly' :
Still working from the 26 Oct pictures, the last sunny day pretty much. We still have a few leaves and colors around, but the storms have been quite thorough.
First 4 of Acer 'Mirte'. It's tucked away behind a big pine (from the house) so you have to specifically go look at it. Not really a great plan on my part!
Next are 3 of Acer micranthum 'Candelabrum'. Is it a hybrid? Probably. Is it an illegal name? Certainly.
Then, 2 of Acer 'Osakazuki', less red than usual, but still very pretty.
ok ok. i have so many pics but not enough time to post them.
The President of URI front yard!
Game over in my garden..the only trees with leaves are P. oridono nishiki and P.aoyagi.. that’s it!
The only thing that hold leaves are:
And a few palmatums
My palmatum palmatum in the ground is still green, and so is my Acer monspessulanum ^^
Most of my other maples have lost their leaves or are in the last days of autumn colours.
Difficult to take photos, it seems it rains all the time when I'm at home. Pictures taken three days ago, on Nov. 9th :
Unidentified Acer from seed, maybe some kind of campbelli. The colours were stunning.
Acer palmatum palmatum (on the right, Prunus pissardii). It gets the sun from 2 PM until sunset, some of the leaves at the top are sunburnt, but no colour change so far :
Acer palmatum 'dissectum'. In the background, Acer monspessulanum, on the right Hibiscus syriacus almost leafless :