Hello NadezdaWhat a lovely tree! So glad you have it and that you enjoy it so much.Astrid
Thank you, glad you loved my maple!
No wonder you love it so much, it's leaves are so delicate and multi-coloured. Beautiful photo with the water droplet twinkling in the sun!
Thank you, Rosemary, I caught my camera to take photo just after rain.
Really nice pictures, Nadezda! Winter is tough on these Maples here as well. I was heartbroken last year to lose one that I had nurtured for a several years. Its death was mysterious as that winter was no more harsh than any other. I have three Maples at the moment and love the hint of burgundy they add to the garden.
Jennifer, you understand me well! I had nurtured my maple, too. Every October I cover it in special cloth, bend it to the ground, and the maple spends the winter under a layer of snow.
Beautiful leaves! I love Japanese maples too. Not all are winter-hardy enough to survive where I live, but I want to try growing one of the tougher ones. It is worth working extra hard to take care of these beauties!
Spruge, you're right! I had a lot of efforts to maple survived the winter, but it's enough hardy, -24C (-1F).
So beautiful!! I love the pond in the background. Whenever I see maples, I always wish I had one. :o)
Yes, the pond is a place where I can take a sit and relax watching the maple and water lilies.
That is a lovely Japanese maple. The color of the leaves is so attractive...love that edging of red. I can see why you like it so much.
Thank you, Sage! The more I nursed my maple the more I love it!
Beautiful, Nadezda. Ilove Maples but it's too hot for them here. Thanks for joining in GBFD, Christina
Thank you, Christina!
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