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Acer palmatum - unknown (Acer palmatum dissectum 'Crimson Queen')

Planted in side garden. Had this plant for around 12 years, suffers at wee bit wind burn but can live with that!



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love acers - this is a beautiful colour!

15 Jul, 2011

 

This is my most cherished plant in the garden Jeanette, It came with me too this house 4 years ago, so survived the move - luckily it was during the winter :)

15 Jul, 2011

 

it's obviously happy where it is now!! :-)

16 Jul, 2011

 

I love acers hope mine one day manage to get as big as yours ! lovely :)

20 Jul, 2011

 

I'm sure you'll get your wish :)

20 Jul, 2011

 

hope so :)

20 Jul, 2011

 

nice acer, i got one in b&q last month. i hope in a few years it'll be like this one... bloodgood is a fav of mine.

23 Jul, 2011

 

Thanks Sconemegamix. Believe it or not this was bought from B&Q way back then too, so fingers crossed for you :)

24 Jul, 2011

 

Wow

7 Aug, 2011

 

Thanks Kath :)

8 Aug, 2011

 

Just spotted this one....gorgeous colour, will try and get the name for you, a friend has something very like this...

10 Sep, 2011

 

Thanks Crissue....that would be helpful. Ive had this plant for many years, at least 13 years, it is gorgeous. 1 Stem/Trunk and it is like a purple waterfall!

10 Sep, 2011

 

Hi Scottish she says her is Crimson Queen, and falls just like the waterfall, and purple...You could google, see what you think...
I would like it myself it's a corker for sure...:)))

11 Sep, 2011

 

Thanks Crissue...I had tried to research before and came up with Crimson Queen as one of my options. So will look more into it. You are a star x
It is gorgeous - I love running my fingers through the foliage as I pass!
Just had a rumage about 'tinternet - I am certain now it is Crimson Queen. Thank you again

11 Sep, 2011

 

You are very welcome, it's a lovely Acer...haven't found one I want yet that comes close, will keep looking....

13 Sep, 2011

 

Crissue...I am gutted - I have found some disease on my plant today. I am hoping it isn't serious - I have asked for advice on Gardening Questions. :(((

13 Sep, 2011

 

Oh darn, I've never known of any disease...Could google as well...and see if there's anything specific...

13 Sep, 2011

 

Japanese red maple, or Acer palmatum Atropurpureum, is a small maple tree known for its vibrant red foliage. Although relatively hardy growing, the Japanese red maple is susceptible to some leaf diseases.

Leaf Scorch

Leaf scorch is a disease that occurs when the Japanese red maple is exposed to improper growing conditions and too much sunlight. Symptoms consist of yellowing between leaf veins and margins and death of infected areas, according to the University of Missouri Extension. Although leaf scorch cannot kill a tree, it can weaken it, thus making is susceptible to other diseases and harmful insects.


Phyllocticta Leaf Spot

Caused by the fungus Phyllocticta minima, Phyllocticta leaf spot is a leaf disease of the Japanese red maple. Symptoms consist of circular, tan spots with purple to red borders, according to the Ohio State University Extension. The disease is mainly aesthetic and poses little harm to the tree.


Control

Once leaf scorch occurs, it is impossible to cure, but avoiding over-fertilization and using screens to prevent too much sunlight from damaging the tree prevents further damage, according to the University of Missouri Extension. Fungicidal control is an effective method of control for severe infections of Phyllocticta leaf spot,

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Read more: Leaf Diseases in Japanese Red Maples | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/facts_7425468_leaf-diseases-japanese-red-maples.html#ixzz1XrXiobpA

Scottish, found this info for you...hope it helps...

13 Sep, 2011

 

I found that it is Horse Chestnut Scale, not fatal thank god!! Have been given methods of removal from Bamboo and Dr Bob.
Been to b&q for Meths and will get stuck into it tomorrow.
I will need to look into it further as I have other Acers.
I thought that the only thing that affected these was the wind!!

13 Sep, 2011

 

We posted at the same time Crissue :)

13 Sep, 2011

 

:))) Everyone glad to help lol, panic over....:)))

13 Sep, 2011

 

Thanks for looking things up for me Crissue....I would have been gutted if I had to get rid of it. And yes, panic over :)

13 Sep, 2011

 

:))))

14 Sep, 2011

 

Love acers. they have such wonderful foliage & colour & make a real focal point in the garden.

21 Sep, 2011



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