Acer grandidentatum – Rocky Mountain Big Tooth Maple

Lost2301

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I styled my first Acer grandidentatum – Rocky Mountain Big Tooth Maple. Its a nursery tree with a trunk about the size of a beer can. I made a new page on my website for it. I think this is going to be a great tree in time. Any thoughts?

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Awesome! I’ve come across your website multiple times, glad to see it’s proprietor posting here on BNut! I almost picked up one of these a couple weeks ago at Wilmore Nursery in Littleton. But the leaves were huge so I opted for an Amur instead.

Looks like they reduce quite well! I’m going to go back and get one now 😅😁
 

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Never even heard of this species. On first glance it seems workable. Excited to see what happens
 

Lost2301

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Awesome! I’ve come across your website multiple times, glad to see it’s proprietor posting here on BNut! I almost picked up one of these a couple weeks ago at Wilmore Nursery in Littleton. But the leaves were huge so I opted for an Amur instead.

Looks like they reduce quite well! I’m going to go back and get one now 😅😁
I like Wilmore Nursery a lot. Have picked up a number of items from them. Check out their Cliff Fendlerbush stock, they have very tiny leaves and white flowers. They are a Colorado native species to. I have 3 of them. 2 from Wilmore. They can be chopped back and not suffer any harm. Look for New Mexico privet to, another great tree for Bonsai.
 

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