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    Hi there,

    U wanted to know what the yellow one was …

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    http://www.birdsandblooms.com/community/topic/gardening-pictures-past-present-friday-13114/page/2/

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    See last reply …


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    Thanks Giddey for the reply. I have never seen a Japanese Maple here in Quebec. Well not in my area that is. I wonder if it would grow in my zone. Sure puts a lot of colour into a garden. I have a Forsythia that blooms in the spring. Mind you it blooms and it’s all over…Does not last a long time.

    Does the Japanese Maple continue blooming for a longer period than a Forsythia? I could use some light in my backyard towards the fence.

    The only Japanese trees that grow here are the Japanese Almond trees. They are very expensive here, but oh my, what a showing in the spring!!!!


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    Japanese Maples, (that’s the red one, blood something or other is the name) should grow there if they grow here …

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    The Scottish Broom died the next year, lol …

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    Scottish Broom in full bloom …

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    Giddey, my neighbour has what we call around here a red maple.  So I’m not sure if we call it by the appropriate name.  I have to say, it’s a beautiful tree.  The leaves in the fall look so healthy…they seem to have a wax coating.  Also the last leaves to fall.  I’ll ask my neighbour if she has the real name for it.

     

    It’s the Scottish Broom that I’m interested in.  I’ll have to scout around all the garden centres and see if they have this species of tree.  It is such a cheerful tree.  Thanks for all your information.


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    :)


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