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Monday, October 22, 2012

Japanese Maples (And Others) in Yang's Garden. Part 1

I invite you to join me in touring one of the best Japanese maple nurseries in the state of Washington, Yang's Nursery. Together with other plants, maples turn this place into an absolutely magnificent garden, which pleases eyes and awakes your emotions. Right now, it's a great time to visit the nursery.
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 2- Forest Pansy Redbud
 3- I call it Maple Tapestry
 4- Coral Bark Japanese Maple
 5 and 6 - Meigetsu Fullmoon maple
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 7 - Oshio-Beni Japanese Maple
 8- Golden Full Moon
 9- Siebold's Maple
 10- Dissectum Japanese Maple
 11- Coral Bark Japanese Maple
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 14 and 15- Tobiosho Japanese Maple
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 17- Oisami Japanese Maple
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 20- Avondale Redbud
 21- Elegance Japanese Maple
 22- DemiSec Japanese Maple
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 24- October Glory Japanese Maple
 25- Ichigyoji Japanese Maple

To be continued.
I am pretty sure I got all the names right. If a picture doesn't have a name of a tree, it means I missed it, sorry.
My last year's pictures from  Yang's Nursery are here:
Part 1 - Japanese Maples. Autumn Madness
Part 2 - Japanese Maples. Picture Gallery

***Copyright 2012 TatyanaS

45 comments:

  1. These are gorgeous! I am so glad you posted these photos of Japanese maples. I only wish they would grow here in Edmonton!

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    1. Thank you Shirley! I hope you can grow other types of maples which can survive your winters!

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  2. Oh, how beautiful! Great garden and great photography!

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    1. Catherine, thanks! The garden is a magic!

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  3. Nothing compares with the graceful beauty of the Japanese Maples! Your photo No. 16 took my breath away!

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    1. Thank you PlantPostings! I totally agree with you about the maples!

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  4. Such beautiful pictures and colours. Your pictures are like pieces of art, Tatyana!

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    1. Sadun, I am glad you liked the pictures, and the reality is much better!

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  5. Stunning photography Tatyana, and a gorgeous collection of Japanese maples too!

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    1. Thank you Mark and Gaz! The variety of maples in the Yang's nursery is outstanding!

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  6. beautiful ..is a poem ...

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  7. They are so beautiful the Japanese Maples. We also have an Aceretum in our neighbourhood, which I like visiting. Funny thing is that Japanese maples does not thrive in my garden, despite the excellent soil for these maples. I think my garden is not suitable for them because it's already full of shrubs, roses and herbacial plants, but I like them so much. I need another garden! (haha)

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    1. Janneke, thank you! Well, maybe you can try to grow a maple in a container!

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  8. Do I remember you posting this nursery before? Beautiful trees, I really need one!

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    1. Hi Darla and thanks! Yes, I included links to my last year visit.

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  9. I've heard about Yang's Garden but have never been there. Your beautiful pictures make me want to visit! I especially like pictue 18. It looks almost like the maples are in cages and some are breaking out and reaching across to the others.

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    1. Thank you Outlawgardener! It's an easy drive from Tacoma. Fall and spring are the best time to visit this place.

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  10. Wow! What a delight it must be with all the maples in their autumn glory! I especially like the Coral Bark maple - very unusual.

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    1. Holley, thank you! Aren't they wonderful?!

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  11. A feast for my eyes! The only thing wrong with this nursery is that it is on the opposite end of the country from me! On the other hand, I love Japanese maples, and it would be a terrible temptation if it were close to me. I have a hard enough time controlling my garden budget.

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    1. Deb, thank you! Ha-ha, I hear you! Fortunately, I don't have enough space to plant more maples! ...I think so...

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  12. Is the Japanese maple the most beautiful tree in autumn? It seems like it must be. Thanks for sharing this nursery with us.

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  13. Tatyana - what magnificent photographs of my favourite trees! I reveled in them and forwarded the link to my friends Laurie and Erie who are our local Japanese Maple experts. I recently planted three coralbark maples in pots near the public entrance to my gardens; one of them was a gift from them. Thank you for posting! Jack http:/sequoiagardens.wordpress.com

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    1. Jack, thank you! Coralbarks are wonderful trees!

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  14. Your photo's are so beautiful Tatyana, I love maples, all the different colours. Unfortunately I don't live in the right area to get the magnificent colour displays. We have a few maples growing around here, but no way do they colour up as much as these ones. I love the delicate beauty of their leaves. Thankyou for sharing your photo's.

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    1. Karen, thanks! I didn't know there were so many varieties of maples till I moved to the Pacific Northwest.

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  15. Looking at your pics makes us so jealous - being in South Africa, we live so far away from the places in the world where Jap maples are grown in quantity & diversity. With us the new leaves are just maturing, while you are enjoying their autumn color blaze! Thank you for a stunning exposition of their delicacy and beauty. Laurie & Erie

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  16. Thank you for a stunning exposition of these beautiful trees. Living in South Africa, far away from the places where they are grown & developed in quantity, we have to enjoy vicariously! The new leaves on our trees are now turning into their summer colors, while you are enjoying their autumn show. Wow! Laurie & Erie Railton

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    1. Laurie and Erie, thank you SO much! I am glad you liked the pictures. Yang's Nursery is a wonderful place, indeed!

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  17. Oh they are just gorgeous! What brilliant colors.

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    1. Lona, thanks! I need to see those trees in spring!

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  18. Tatyana, these photos are amazing. I was out during my lunch hour taking photos of the trees around here. I doubt they hold a candle to yours though. Absolutely fabulous!!

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    1. Grace, thank you! I always enjoy your photographs and, most of all, your knowledge of plants!

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  19. Every one of those trees is more gorgeous than the last, but when I scrolled down and hit the very first "group" shot, I was flabbergasted at the variety of color. Wow, is putting it mildly.

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    1. RobinL, thank you! Now, can you imagine how I felt myself in that garden? I left it almost emotionally exhausted.

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  20. Such beautiful pictures! We have a small Japanese maple that the former owner planted. I just love it! I get so excited when the leaves turn that bright red color.

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    1. Thank you, Bumble Lush Garden! It's like a little miracle, isn't it?

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  21. Those beautiful maples have me drooling!! I have a Coral bark maple and love it!! I can't wait for my maples to mature a bit more....miss the ones I left in VA.

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    1. Janet, thanks! New owners of your house in VA are lucky people! They got such a beautiful garden!

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