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FOTD – May 12 – Japanese Maple

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  1. Aah! Japanese Maple! Love these. I have one sitting in a pot waiting to be put in the ground. I raised it from a teeny, tiny thread🙂. Beautiful!!!


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  2. These are such beautiful trees. I love the contrasting dark purple leaves they have in the fall compared to the regular maple trees. We have a street here that alternates regular maple, elm, and Japanese maple trees. In the fall, the street is nothing but leaves everywhere. But before all the leaves fall, it looks like what I expect all of New England looks like during a fall trip. Love it.

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    • I see that maple from my office window. It was only about 5′ high when we moved into this house. Now it’s about 12 high or higher. 😀


  3. I wanted to take pictures or our Japanese maple which is green, not red, but we were so busy with other things, I never got to it. Thank you for yours. I love our Japanese maple, especially as we grew it from a tiny little thing. It is the first tree to get new leaves in spring and the last tree to lose them in the fall. Beautiful tree — and not so little, either 🙂


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