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Re: Acer griseum---Paperbark Maple

  • Subject: Re: Acer griseum---Paperbark Maple
  • From: Judy Cosler <jcosler@starpower.net>
  • Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2002 22:20:25 -0400

On Tue, 23 Apr 2002 21:33:10 EDT, CCREDUX@aol.com sent me the
following message:  :))

>Dirr says, " [I]t has few peers ..." in the winter landscape. Do you agree?
that is due to its exfoliating bark.  The mature ones are magnificent.
Mine is still a stick.  hasn't grown fast, if at all.  I've had for
2-3 years, bought as a stick at a garden sale, not from a nursery per
se.  maybe it'll take off one day.

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