Dissectum seedlings have proved to be rather temperamental, at least those I managed to germinate and that had the look of dissectum. Those that reverted more or less to the plain species of palmatum or amoenum are stronger, but very few of those with dissected leaves survived the first winter, or the second season. I had twelve this year, one of them died in early summer, so that's 11 left. They're from an un-named red dissecum, and only one was mainly green. Each one has its own character, but as usual, you can't tell until they're 3 or 4 years old. July 5th : November 14th : If only the one in the bottom left would survive and keep such colours... Other seedlings (Sango kaku, Ryusen, Phoenix, ...) that were grown in 90% shade still have their leaves on, from green to red.