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Acer palmatum 'Osakazuki'

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optimal growth

Comment from ssb

I bought my Acer Palmatum "osakazuki" from a garden market stall, and was wondering what's the best way to grow it to speed up the process (I understand it is a slow growing plant), as in its current status it looks very thin and spindly, and doesn't appear to be growing correctly, see attached image. The darker image is the place I normally keep the plant under a pergola with protection from most winds. The sunny picture is for clarity.

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  • Posted: Wed. 19th September 2012 12:15
  • Last reply: Tue. 25th September 2012 08:55

Seeds

Comment from francisco

Does this plant give fertile flowers or seeds?

I searched in the internet and couldn't find many things.

So basicly my question is: Can I get seeds from Osakazuki japanese Maple ?

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  • Posted: Wed. 15th February 2012 21:12
  • Last reply: Thu. 16th February 2012 18:12

positioning

Question from vincent

I have recently bought a two foot shrub and was wondering if it will be ok in a semi sheltered spot. I did not realise that it had to be planted in a sheltered location until i got it home.(I`m new to this gardening business!)

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  • Posted: Sun. 24th October 2010 20:36
  • Last reply: Sun. 27th February 2011 18:26

Stunning - Acer palmatum 'Osakazuki'

Comment from Matt Nichol

This is a stunning Acer palmatum, with a rounded stocky habit. Young bronze/ green foliage working well in combination with oranges and yellows. Combine with Hakonechola and Fargesia 'Simba' for a compact space and a tropical look. Mine tends to be one of the last to colour in the autumn and when it does it is a hot rod red extravaganza!

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  • Posted: Sun. 19th April 2009 10:24