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Discussion in 'Maples' started by whis4ey, Nov 17, 2006.
An opportunity to view the varied range of shape and colour of these wonderful plants
Nice 'montage' Sam
Part Two from Okagami until the end is in the pipeline
I have enjoyed your presentation very much.I reside in Belgium and I have a lot of the trees you have also.I am particular very fond of ariadne and "Peve Multicolor".The latter you dont have I believe.Thx for giving us a peek of your garden,
Greetings from belgium,
Thanks Patrick ... no I don't have that one. I must look it up at Esvelds
Part Two (from Kiri Nishiki to Viridis), is now on line if you want to have a look
Thank you so much for the beautiful presentations. The pictures are wonderful and I will look at it often over the winter months.
Very Inspiring Sam!
Thanks for sharing.
I enjoyed it too, thanks. Looks like you've had better luck with fall colors, I didn't have a lot this year. Big exceptions for Ariadne and Okagami, which were brilliant.
Fall colours here were a little disappointing too .... one was gone before another appeared. The result was that I didn't get any good 'group' photographs. I think it wasn't cold enough and too stormy ... leaves were blown away before they could colour up
All of the photographs in this show are not necessarily from this past year
Okagami is always spectacular so far as my own tree is concerned. The variety of strong colour within this one tree never ceases to amaze me. Examples can be seen in Part Two
Good to hear that you enjoyed the 'show'
Sam, my Okagami is also very reliable. Every year I am amazed by its almost flourescent color.
I enjoyed part two also, just happened to reply to this one!
I've just caught up with your brilliant presentation of Maples at Fujiyama,and your beautiful garden in Ireland.
I congratulate you on a fine presentation all round,
kind regards & a Happy New Year,
hi...what's the name of the classical music playing in the background ..heard it somewhere but can't remember the name..
The music for the two pieces are Autumn Leaves and The Clown
The proper name is 'Send in the Clowns'