Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Maples' started by Acerholic, Mar 19, 2020.
Heard of that one and it's looking fantastic G.
Maybe Shigitatsu Sawa?
Manyo no Sato
Is that rain on the leaves even in Spain G? A lovely Manyo-No-Sato, rain or sun.
Tsuma Gaki y Fireglow
The weather you are having in Spain is suiting your Autumn Moon perfectly G.
What a beautiful combination G.
es más probable que sea Acer palmatum 'Shigitatsu sawa'
As @Acerholic said above, looks like 'Shigitatsu sawa'.
What is the netting for G?
Some frost damage to the top growth but not a regular find.
@maf i saw your Batsford pics of this cultivar..humongous tree..will definitely go there..I always end up late going there after Westonbirt
I'd entirely forgotten I posted those, just went back and had a look. Eleven years ago! If you think the 'Higasayama' is impressive, the one that blew me away more for size was the huge 'Shishigashira' they had. I hope it is still there, must go back some day.
Just woke up to the sun shining through my front garden
If it isn't too impolite a question, dare I inquire as to how many Japanese maples you have there? The whole area looks just too good for words.
Hi. I have 3 x Hino’s all from different sources and all look true to form. I’m conflicted have the right trees. They leaf out a bright pink, comparable to Wilson’s pink then start tart to fade. But as they fade they have this pale look with a green/yellow vein and the whole leaf almost looks Variegated. Quite beautiful.
Good morning, it's late for me, but here are a few photos of some of mine.
Murasaki Kiyohime, Shirazz, Azuma Murasaki, Zaaling, English Lace and my new Filigree.
‘New’ Filigree? I thought your swore you had no more room? Naughty naughty
I did say on the phone you had persuaded me. But you are right. 'No more room' !!! So Shhh about any new ones you get, lol.
Fair enough. It really is a nice one. ‘king of the green dissectums” you won’t regret it, just give it shade from afternoon onwards. I think of it as a dissected Shigitatsu Sawa.
Thanks Luke, good tip.
I went to a garden centre ("Truff...") today to buy geraniums and the like for my mother's balcony - oy weh, ain't I a good son ? <LOL>
They had many maples, some of them quite nice and tall, 2 metres +, and I spotted an 'Anne Irene'. Light green leaves, yellow compared to the 'Orange Dream' next to it.
I almost bought it, but I have so many. Compared to others, that's a poor collection, but space doesn't extend contrary to what Alfred Einstein pretended - not sure about that...
Anyway, I don't think it's listed in the "maple cultivars" sub-forum. I'm sure that some of you have one, why not make a new entry ?