Japanese Maples
Maple Leaf A.j.f. Aconitifolium (fall), A.p. Katsura, A.p.d. Inaba shidare, A.p. Orido nishiki



TREE DESCRIPTIONS

A is for ‘acer’ which is Latin for maple.
d is for ‘dissectum’, the lace leaf or cut leaf form.
p is for ‘palmatum’, one of the several species of Japanese Maple. It has the greatest number of cultivars.
j is for japonicum, another species of Japanese Maple.

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