None of my (modest) collection of JMs have started producing seed yet. I'm interested, just for the fun of it, in trying to grow a few plants from seed, and I've got a couple of seedlings from samaras I collected from an unknown red variety down the road. Here's my question. Is there any online source of seeds of named Japanese maple varieties? For instance, does any commercial grower offer a mix of seeds from various trees in the nursery? I know there are some vendors of JM seeds online. The best I've found thus far seems to be Mishobonsai, which offers this range of seeds: A.p. 'Atrolineare', 'Atropurpureum', 'Bloodgood', 'Inaba Shidare', 'Matsumurae', 'ornatum' [?], 'Osakazuki', 'Suminagashi' and 'Viridis'', as well as the species A. palmatum. There are also a couple of sources of A. japonicum and griseum and others. One would think this would be enough. But I'm especially interested in trying out seedlings from some of the more exotic and colorful varieties, such as A.s. 'Aureum' and the Ghosts and other stuff. I realize that the odds of getting something really worthwhile are probably small, but it seems to me that the possibilities would increase if the range of varieties were as wide as possible. I don't know, is this fuzzy thinking? Any suggestions along these lines? Thanks!