3 year old Japanese Acer plants £10.99 @ Aldi from Thursday 23rd May
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3 year old Japanese Acer plants £10.99 @ Aldi from Thursday 23rd May

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Found 17th May 2013
8 Varieties to choose from Katsura, Bloodgood, Skeeters Broom, Crimson Princess, Garnet, Trompenburg, Shaina or Palmatum

3 year old plants
4 litre pot
Height: 75-90cm
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    Beautiful trees, hope I manage to get one!
    Heat with thanks
    Thanks for the heads up and heated
    you forgot the e
    Original Poster
    skykid3

    you forgot the e



    sortd.......
    http://i.imgur.com/mCVwwiX.png
    Absolutely love my Acer. This one has been in about 10yrs now and broke through the bottom of its pot so not going anywhere

    http://i52.photobucket.com/albums/g23/_BA_/Stuff/ce177e15-4bf4-4819-bc2d-7d9297964d17.jpg
    Thanks OP
    got a few acers in my garden (bought from B&Q a few years ago. dicounted (because they were half dead and not labeled properly)(about £7-8)
    turned in to some nice trees and nice colours in autumn as well


    these ones seem a good price and size (:
    Good price for a 3yr acer
    Heat :-P
    Nice indeed
    No laptop jokes? oh, shame
    can I turn these into a bonsai tree?
    darlowad

    Good price for a 3yr acer Heat :-P



    Sounds like they're out of date.
    I wish I had a garden to plant a few of these:(
    -BA-

    Absolutely love my Acer. This one has been in about 10yrs now and broke … Absolutely love my Acer. This one has been in about 10yrs now and broke through the bottom of its pot so not going anywhere



    What variety is this please? This looks like the one Mum used to have by her pond. Would love to get one like this.
    EnaSharplesHairnet

    What variety is this please? This looks like the one Mum used to have by … What variety is this please? This looks like the one Mum used to have by her pond. Would love to get one like this.



    To be perfectly honest with you, I have no idea. My sister bought it 10 years back. Sorry
    Beautiful Acer -BA-

    It's a Palmatum EnaSharplesHairnet
    Would this survive in the Scottish highlands?
    Sentral

    Would this survive in the Scottish highlands?



    I doubt it very much, you'd have more chance if you planted it in the ground though. They die off quick in cold weather unfortunately.
    Thanks
    fishmaster

    No laptop jokes? oh, shame



    I came here to make one but you put me off. I've taken a big hit to my self-confidence and may need to go into therapy. Hope you feel good about yourself.
    It is my understanding that they are very tender and can be susceptible to strong winds, so select where you intend growing/keeping them carefully.
    I also got an Acer from Tesco, half dead for a few quid... quick water and it came back to life and now looks amazing in my garden. Love the red color contrasting with all the green. Good deal, hot from me.
    kingfisher

    It is my understanding that they are very tender and can be susceptible … It is my understanding that they are very tender and can be susceptible to strong winds, so select where you intend growing/keeping them carefully.



    yes, wind, Sun, cold and water although the red ones need a bit of Sun to retain color.
    willywayne1

    Beautiful Acer -BA-It's a Palmatum EnaSharplesHairnet



    Thank you
    shkm

    I came here to make one but you put me off. I've taken a big hit to my … I came here to make one but you put me off. I've taken a big hit to my self-confidence and may need to go into therapy. Hope you feel good about yourself.



    As an Acer owner self confidence is always a problem, I sympathize with you.
    I got one of these but had to take it back as the keyboard was missing...
    Sentral

    Would this survive in the Scottish highlands?



    If you are close to nts.org.uk/Pro…te/ yes.
    We have had one for a number of years and this is on the east coast of Scotland, it doesnt like the wind much so if you planted in a sheltered spot it should be fine!
    sidewards

    can I turn these into a bonsai tree?



    You can turn practically any tree into a Bonsai if you have the love, care and attention needed.
    Looks good!
    Kulaak

    You can turn practically any tree into a Bonsai if you have the love, … You can turn practically any tree into a Bonsai if you have the love, care and attention needed.


    ive got a acer bonsai but its a baby at the min unsure how big these will be but i cant see why not?
    thanx for the post, i'll be waiting outside opening time, hoping to get Acer Shaina which hopefully turn into lovely dwarf tree

    johnstowngardencentre.ie/ace…spx
    Is there any Toshiba or Sony seeds? or perhaps Dell seeds?
    Do they have any newer ones?
    Banned
    -BA-

    Absolutely love my Acer. This one has been in about 10yrs now and broke … Absolutely love my Acer. This one has been in about 10yrs now and broke through the bottom of its pot so not going anywhere


    why didnt you plant it you lazy get? or did i just answer my own question?
    Edited by: "rottenrobbie" 18th May 2013
    Apple fan boys and gals seemed to have stayed away from this thread. Thank God!
    OP you might want to change your title as Acer is Taiwanese not Japanese
    Thanks.
    Reflective

    I wish I had a garden to plant a few of these:(


    Me too
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