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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Japanese Maples. Picture Gallery

This is the second batch of my pictures taken in one of the best nurseries which carry Japanese maples, Yang's Nursery and Landscaping. The beginning is here: Japanese Maples. Autumn Madness.
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Besides maples, the nursery has evergreens, fruit trees, palms, bamboo, rhododendrons, some perennials, annuals, water plants, rare and unusual plants.
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I am grateful to those of you who let me know what images are your favorite in these posts!
 
***Copyright 2011 TatyanaS

26 comments:

  1. Gorgeous!!! There are no other words to use! I love the colors and textures captured in your photos! Carla

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  2. Hi Tatyana... I can't tell you how much this post excites me... I absolutely adore Japanese maples!! I think I have about a dozen now and none are very large yet, but getting them through the winters here is thus far quite an undertaking. I wrap the trunks, add extra mulch for the winter, encircle the entire tree with chicken wire, and then wrap the whole package with at least a couple layers of burlap. My hope is that eventually they will not need this much attention as they get used to our climate! When I see a post such as your latest, I am reminded just how much I am enthralled with them and hope to add many more in the future! Thanks again, Larry in Wisconsin

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  3. What gorgeous photos! If I can only select one, it would be the 6th one; colorful leaves in a pot with moss.

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  4. My favorites from this post are #6, #15, #23 and #31.

    Great photos! I can't wait to have my own Japanese Maples next year.

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  5. I only have two words for you:
    ABSOLUTELY. GORGEOUS.

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  6. I haven't seen a post yet with these plenty of photos in one post, 36? And my eyes didn't get tired, but expect for more. It's good it didn't slowed the downloading. I've been used to see the leaf colors already in many blogs now, so even if i love those many leaves scattered patiently on the ground and those 2 leaves with shadows, i will choose the bark textures. I seldom see them in posts! I didn't know they are very beautiful too. Do these barks also change with the season?

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  7. Beautiful - so, so beautiful! I would have to spend a great deal of time studying these images in order to choose favorites. They're all stunning!

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  8. Tatyana,

    I have got to find a small one that will fit in my garden. They are just gorgeous!

    Eileen

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  9. If there is a tree any more photogenic than a Japanese maple in fall I wish someone would tell me! I'll bet that nursery was gorgeous to see in person. The pictures are awesome! I kind of like number 36 but I really can't pick a favorite, they are all great shots. (I'll have a post up later this morning!)

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  10. Japanese maples are simply splendid and my favorite small trees. Wow on all the color and varieties here. The layout of the leaves and the mature trees have to be my favorite shots.

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  11. Ah, you certainly have the climate for Japanese maples over there in the west. I've got to search out some really hardy varieties to plant in my garden. They're so wonderful!

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  12. 28, 32, 33 amongst many others. You ask difficult questions.

    I like the leaf collages/study towards the end.

    Have a great weekend.

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  13. Stunning! Japanese maples are so pretty at this time of year, and you have captured it so beautifully. I particularly like the leaves laid out demonstrating all that incredible color. I also like the lone leaf against the evergreen. What is the name of that evergreen? I have that tree, but I lost the tag.

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  14. Trees grown a tubs, are they going to remove the tubs and grow them in the ground?

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  15. When I look at these photographs I have to ask myself why I do not have a Japanese maple in my garden. They are so beautiful. ALL the photos are beautiful, I cannot pick one favourite.

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  16. Thank you everyone! I also like the pictures that you chose!
    Answering questions:

    Andrea, I don't think the bark will change.

    The Sage Butterfly, it could be Japanese falsecypress 'Curly Tops'.

    Ann, these trees are for sale, thatis why they are in the tubs.

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  17. Wow, autumn madness it is !!!! Beautiful leaves and trees and everything ... Thank you, Tanya.

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  18. Hi Tatyana,

    Beautiful photos! So many amazing leaves and stunning colours.

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  19. ... so many wonderful photos, so beautiful ... perfect light and nice color ...
    LG: Karin

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  20. You are such a fabulous photographer, Tatyana! Seriously beautiful. Although I am somewhat saddened to see the leaves go...

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  21. Hi Tatyana! I can't imagine fall without these fabulous trees. Your photos captured their brilliance and charm. BTW, while you were at the nursery, did you buy one for yourself? It would have been hard for me to resist!

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  22. wow..
    rows & rows of maples.
    I like the one with the berries very much.

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  23. Tatyana, this is a spectacular post filled with the most amazing beauty. Just looking at the images made me so excited to get more japanese maples. I have only two but would love so many more. It is hard to have a lot in the Intermountain climate though...it is so hot for them. Nevertheless, you have inspired me. My favorites are 42,43,23,10,16,17,21...there are so many but I must stop or they will all be favorites. Thank you for sharing such loveliness.

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  24. Wow. What amazing photos! I can't pick an overall favorite but I'd have to say I love the ones where you see the texture of the bark / tree trunks the best. I recently started a blog of my garden (not such beautiful photos as you have :-(. Would you mind checking it out and giving me any pointers?
    Thanks!

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