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LACELEAFS

OUR WHOLESALE NURSERY IS LOCATED
IN SANDY OREGON AT 21475 S.E. FIRWOOD ROAD,
AND WE DELIVER TO CENTRAL OREGON ONCE A WEEK.

PHONE: 503-668-8918    E-MAIL: lobuzz2@verizon.net

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Quality at Wholesale Prices

Over the past 23 years in business, I've acquired a passionate
and deep understanding of plant life and making
things grow. Having a lifelong association with the study of
horticulture, I've gained a deep affection and understanding
for plant propagation. I thoroughly enjoy being a part of the
nursery business. Being able to associate with fellow
gardener's, sharing conversations about our craft and the art of
growing brings me great pleasure. 

Some trees I offer include Japanese Maple Tree [Acer Palmatum],
Sango kaku with it's amazing coral colored
bark, Laceleafs Japanese Maples [Acer palmatum Dissectum]
lime green, pinks, yellows, reds, through deep
maroons and variegated leaves [multi colored] and unusual
Dwarf Conifers; Weeping; Spruce, Larch, Blue Atlantic
Cedar and many, many more weepers along with Serpentine;
Cherry, Larches and one of my favorites a Contorted Filberts,
[Harry Lauder's Walking Stick, straight from "Harry Potter
and the Sorcerer"] 
Japanese Maple Care 

With hundreds of cultivars [over 500, not all available] to select from, you may find it difficult to decide which ones to
plant, but you won't find Japanese maples difficult to grow. Japanese maples (Zones 5 to 9) can be grown in full sun to
partial shade in any well-drained average soil. Grow them in an area sheltered from heavy winds where they can
receive a little afternoon shade. Where summers are hot, some growers recommend that Japanese maples receive
only filtered shade after 11am. Red varieties are more cold tolerant and color best with at least six to eight hours
of summer sun. Those with deeply divided leaves (lace-leaf types) need additional protection.
Water trees regularly in dry weather. Japanese maples need consistent moisture throughout the growing season
(even into late fall and early winter). Mulching trees late in the spring with a three- to four-inch layer of organic
material will help to maintain an even soil moisture while insulating tree roots. Remulch in the fall if necessary,
especially in areas where winters are cold, leaving a mulch-free zone encircling the trunk by about six inches.
With just a little attention, Japanese maples will soon provide you with a multi-seasonal display of beauty and interest.

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