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Shrub Labels and Japanese Surnames

Shrub Labels and Japanese Surnames

At first the Latin names used in horticulture might seem to be somewhat off putting and difficult to recollect. Never be troubled! Following an amount of training the names may come more easily to you! Truthfully! Acer is a Genus of plant life known commonly as maples. Of all the maple kinds, the Japanese maple known by its botanical term as Acer palmatum is the most variable. It truly is this particular variability we love a lot in all these much adored trees. Its strange because Japanese last names or Japanese surnames as they are known are often times employed in botany. This is a weird, yet true fact.

There are about three standard subspecies of Acer palmatum. They are: amoenum, matsumurae plus palmatum. Atropurpureum describes the crimson leaf type. Divided leaf or slashed leaf Japanese maples are usually termed as: Acer palmatum dissectum or even Acer palmatum dissectum atropurpureum for the reddish colored cutleaf sort. Cultivar names should be written within roman type with solo quote marks following species label. Such as: Acer palmatum Osakazuki or Acer palmatum dissectum atropurpureum Crimson queen. Samples of favorite reddish leaf Japanese maples cultvars are: Bloodgood, Bonfire, Crimson emperor, Shaina. Types of popular green cutleaf Japanese maples cultvars are: Viridis plus Waterfall. Examples of wellknown reddish cutleaf Japanese maples cultivars tend to be: Crimson queen, Garnet, Inaba shidare, Orangeola and Red dragon.