Hi All, I bought an unlabeled maple. It was amongst a lot of Japanese maples and the nursery was supposed to have Acer pseudosieboldianum takesimense in stock and that's what I was hoping it was because I garden in zone 5, so A. p. takesimense would likely be reliably hardy. However, when I got it home and compared it to online images of A. p. takesimense, it didn't seem to be a good match. Then again, that maple seems to be highly variable. I've posted a few pictures of it. The black circular thing I'm holding in one photo is the lens cap for my camera, which is about 1.5 inches in diameter. Some photos were taken today, others were taken earlier in the spring. I thought it might be a red maple at first, but now that my red maples are out, it seems different and it was blooming whereas other red maples that I have that are larger haven't started to bloom yet, so I don't quite think it is a red maple. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.