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Re: red silver maple

I've seen this with whatever maple I have that produces a gazillion
seeds a year.  Mostly it indicates some stress in the seedling, not a
breakthrough in color that will remain as it matures.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net>
> Did I just never notice anything before?  This year I am spotting
all sorts
> of little surprises like European Ginger seedlings, only to find
they're a
> common occurrence.  This is the latest.  As I was pull Silver Maple
> # 387,472, I notice one that was solid red.  Stem and all.  Looked
more like
> a color for a Japanese Maple.  I've never seen one b4.  Is this a
> occurrence, too?

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