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Discussion in 'Maples' started by Acerholic, Mar 19, 2020.
I saw it on a video posted by The Maple Collector on YouTube. It’s gorgeous.
Thanks Luke, but it's 32°C here atm, they will need a lot of misting later. By torch light tonight I think, as its going to be hot until quite late it appears. lol
No confusion at all S, you will have to post a photo of yours when you can.
Lol. No confusion for our wives on this one !!!!!! Hopefully Lol
Just been outside making sure my maples are nice and cool, which of course they are not. Moonrise has had quite a lot of sun Over the last week and has coloured up really nicely.
Very nicely indeed Luke. Glad you went out to check and send us all the photo. 'LOVELY'
I just found out that nursery I got this from grows Acer sieboldianum. Does anybody think it could be from that family?
It is closely related to Palmatum, Shirasawanum, Japonicum and circinatum. The late Peter Gregory has done an informative article on this online.
My summer gold tonight in the setting sun, starting to get some colours round the edges and a few solid leaf colours as well.
Good evening M , great to see your Summer gold on a very warm Summers evening. The thread has missed your beautiful trees these last few weeks.
Evening D, will be posting more hopefully tomorrow just a quick few from tonight. Looks like you will be warm in Hampshire tomorrow !! , just come in from giving all my container trees a good showering.
OMG @ROEBUK, that Sharp's Pigmy is stunning!
Just recently moved this to it's new spot on top of the south facing patio , lots of sun and lots of deeper red edgings on the leaf ,really likes it's new position should look stunning in the fall.
Told you we all missed your trees !!!!!
Just in from misting everything. They really needed it and tomorrow as M @ROEBUK said hot hot hot. But rain on Saturday.
Sorry about the photos, but misting and taking photos at the same time is not a good choice Lol
Have anyone heard of A. palmatum 'Iro Iro' or growing it?
Yes D, Charlie on Amazing maples has it. Cant remember the video number I'm afraid. Sorry that's all I can remember.
I'm happy to say I edited and revised (with some expert help!) Peter's article, which can be found at this link directly on the OSI: https://maplesociety.org/sites/default/files/sieboldianumGregory-vf.pdf
Your plant does look like it might be sieboldianum on the surface. Check out the leaf undersides, and the scars from the bud scales, lacking flowers this is the best indication. But it is difficult to ID this maple with complete surety without many years of observation since it is very close to pseudosieboldianum. A friend who is the retired director of one of the most important botanical gardens in EU-land is still struggling with this, just to give you an idea.
I often try and take a picture of our Siebold's Maple in autumn, because it's close to the house and visible from the upstairs hallway. This one from 13 Oct 2019 isn't really peak, but I love this tree anyway.
I took the dogs out for a pre-kibble visit to the Aceretum this evening, they did their thing and then bolted for the house; I saw some motion, and thought the flash of brown was the cat pouncing, continued walking and: a full-sized white tail stood up in front of me, she had been sleeping in the long grass. I called the young dog Samantha, while the doe just stood there, finally she ran off when Samantha showed up. Sam was so kibble-obsessed she didn't even bother to chase the deer. Faw, useless beast. Tomorrow I'm cutting that da*ned grass. No visible damage, anyway. Sometimes...
Gorgeous Summer Gold!
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High resolution picture when you zoom on full screen
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Wow, if only! It sucks very much to not live on the west coast as a maple lover :(
And I just asked about Iro Iro!
Good morning Emery, what a difficult night that was for sleeping. But I awoke to the beautiful photo you posted of your Siebold's maple. 'Lovely' '
Re Peter Gregory; a sad loss, but articles by him are still there and will always be there for everybody to read thanks to the internet. So his legacy lives on.
The white tail deer you saw are so pretty, such a shame they do so much damage.......
Keep cool as you can today