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Split Leaf maple of the yellow type turns a beautiful orange and gold. I can't remember the variety name but it was Japanese and long. We chose it several years ago because the yellow varieties are supposed to be more sun tolerant.
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Just so the deer don't discover it, it should do well. Every one I've tried to grow was ultimately destroyed by the deer.

You are the only other person I know who understands that you are in your 9th decade. Jack often tells people they are starting their x decade and the poor people insist they are not. A brief explanation will be given, but they still go away scratching their heads. Enjoy it while you can.

Well, I'm almost past 80 Gayle so that puts me in my 9th decade. Don't think there are many left but we'll certainly enjoy this while we can. It was expensive enough for sure. I'll post a picture next spring so you can see its delicate green color.


Sporting a golden filigree mane. Keep hanging around, Tim, a few more decades. It'll be even more gorgeous. I hope it has plenty of room.

I've always loved these maples but this is our first time owning anything but the red varieties which are the most common. Thanks Pat


Looks similar to the Japanese maple I left behind in PA.

Thanks Libi. Good to hear from you.


Beautiful Acer palmatum!

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