By Duston On April 1, 2011
Posted in: Gardening Tips
I’m going to guess the more common variety of a Crimson Queen Japanese Maple. That is probably wrong but at least I’ve eliminated that for everyone elses guesses.
my guess would have been this too :Crimson Queen Japanese Maple
Red Japanes Maple
hi mike is this a caroline weeping crabapple tree
Cannot really tell but will take a crack at it……..It’s an Acer Palmatum Dissectum Red Dragon High Graft
Japanese Maple Tree
the tree is Acer palmatum Dissectum. Janet Gelb
Which would be Cercis Canadensis [Redbud]
I think you’re right, Weeping Redbud
Weeping Redbud, Forest Pansy
Is it a weeping cherry?
Hard to tell in that stage..but my guess would be ‘Prunus subhirtella’.. some variety of a Weeping Cherry ?
This looks like a Weeping Cherry to me. Great video.
Chinese parasol tree Firmiana Simplex
Is it a Caroline Weeping Crabapple?
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weeping japanese maple
Is it a “Caroline” Weeping CrabApple?
I have planted many trees “in my youth” and always was amazed at how well they take and florish. I love flowering trees and now that I have a new home anticipate planting some very soon.
The tree you were [p;anting in the video is a Japanese Red Maple.
Carol From Canada
It Looks Like A weeping Pussy Willow.
It’s a Japanese Maple Mike.
i think its a blueberry fruit tree, o.k. mike?malvina blackledge sr 81800 hwy 41 bush la 70431
I believe it is a Hawthorn.
I think it is a weeping redbud.
I believe that is an Old English Arse Kickin’ Tree! Just saying.
It is a Japanese Red Maple for sure! How do I know? The thicker trunk, and thinner and flatter branches with a reddish tinge gave it away!
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Is it a tamukeyama maple tree?
Is it a laceleaf maple?
The top looks like a weeping charry, but the trunk [is hard to see in this video] does not. Could be a weeping peach? or weeping redbud?
Lavender Twist Redbud
japanese maple, it came from your front yard
Acer Palmatum Dissectum
I’m thinking it could be a Weeping Cherry!
HenryLauder’s walking stick tree
It’s the tree you dug up from your front yard in the last video to transplant to your new nursery!!!!!!!
dwarf weeping snow fountain cherry tree
Crab apple tree?
Flowering crab apple tree?
Lavender Twist Weeping Redbud Tree
(It is definately NOT a variety of Japanese Maple, because the last video blog on “How to Ball & Burlap Dig a Tree” shows the same tree being dug up and Mike said it was to “make room for a Japanese Maple” to be planted in the newly vacated spot!
Is it a Weeping Larch??????
I’ll guess the tree is a Gwinevere Crab Apple.
Thanks for the good tips, Mike!
Good Job! I think it has already been guessed correctly. I planted a Lilac last spring on a slight hill cut. Come the middle of July my plant almost dies. I began to dig it up, the hole was muck. I asked about a field tile and sure enough I was told the excavator had cut a field tile right above my new Lilac. I replanted it very high and it responded with new growth however this spring it hasn’t budded so I am going to try with another plant and I will elevate it even 6″ to get out of the wet soil. To move the location I would have to move 4 other Lilacs so I am going to get really high this time – I was up 4″ after the plan had a very big set back. Anyway thanks. Bruce
Looks like a Weeping Cherry, good video.
Looks like a Weeping Cherry, good video.
Weeping Cherry and thank u
I love this website and all the videos are so helpful! thanks!
I think it’s a blue beech
I’m going with the Japanese maple
What do you have for info on Hibiscus trees? Can they be propagated?
Thanks for any help you can give me.
I’m thinkin a weeping cherry tree?
HI MIKE ! JIM HERE ANOTHER GOOD THING TO KNOW IS IF YOU MOVE A TREE THAT’S 2yrs. OLD TIE A PIECE OR RIBBON AROUND THE TRUNK, MAKING SURE THAT THE KNOT FACES THE SAME DIRECTION IT DID BEFORE THE MOVE. YOU WILL TRICK IT TO THINK THAT IT WAS NEVER MOVED !! IF YOU DONT SURVIVAL IS RISKY…
I believe i am late with the guess but I think it is a “laceleaf weeping Japanese maple” Or maybe my 2+2 is not 4. thought I’d try
It looks like a japanese weeping cherry
I think it is a weeping flowering plum.
weeping redbud covey
Knowing your fondness for japanese maples I would say..
dwarf weeping Tamukeyama japanese maple.
Japanese Maple? LOL you’re always promoting how easy it is to grow them!
Japanese Maple or Weeping Cherry
My guess is, Red Japanese Maple.
Mike I want to thank you for all you do. I have no idea to the type or variety of tree but, it looks nice without foliage. So, I would guess a broom-ed top Red Bud .
Thanks for the great tips i learn each time you do this.
Lavender Twist Weeping Redbud
Ulmus glabra ‘Camperdownii’ or ‘Pendula’
I’m thinking it is a weeping purple beech.
laceleaf japanese maple (red) beauitful
weeping wisteria. rg from ohio
I do believe japanese maple.
Looks like a Lilac
Don’t know the name but suggest a tall Vodka Tonic as a reward for your hard work !!
Salix caprea pendula, Weeping Pussy Willow
This is CAROLINA WEEPING CRABAPPLE TREE, which You were showing in your video “Landscape design tips”. !!!
How about a acer palmatum dissectum?
Red Lace Leaf Weeping Japanese Maple
its a laceleaf weeping japanese maple
Looks like an acer palmatum “Ever red” probably a mature tree.
That would be an Acer palmatum var. dissectum. Congrats to the first person that named it. I’m too late
Possibly Malus ‘Red Jade’?
This is either a grafted dappled willow Or dwarfed Ornimental flowering fancy pink cherry blossom tree.
Lots of guesses here, but I will stick with Japanese Weeping Maple, Red laceleaf variety. Without leaves or a closeup of the tree in leaf, it would be hard to guess. However, I know how fond of the Japanese Maples you are, so it must be some kind of that!
Weeping Japanese maple tree
Japanese Maple. Mike if we have questions, can we e-mail you, or how do we get a hold of you?
Sandy, I do my best not to do any Email. I just don’t have time. But we have a new forum where you can ask questions at http://japanesemaplelovers.com
The tree being planted appears to be a Japanese Maple, I have seen these whick are usually of the laceleaf type and grow lower to the ground than a regular Japanese Maple, so it might be a dwarf variety.
I AGREE WITH BOB FROM ORLANDO
Acer palmatum ‘Tamukeyama’
Looks like a Japanese Maple to me.
It looks like a grafted Chinese Blossoming Cherry tree?
Is it a Crepe Myrtle?
Definitely a red Japanese Maple
could be a weeping Japanese leaf maple.
Is it a russian elm?
this is a wheeping cherry tree
Hi Mike, Weeping Cherry I think and Thanks for your great video.
The tree in your video above looks like a Japanese Red Maple to me.
All the best,
laceleaf weeping Japanese maple
Lacey Japanese Maple (red)
Lace Leaf Japanese Maple is my guess.
Hey Mike & Dustin, thanks again for a good instructional video and your devotion to the gardening community to educate us. I have a third acre back behind my house, beside a creek I want to plant some fruit trees. This video helped. Jeff
I’m going to guess a weeping mulberry.
Prunus mume: Weeping Japanese apricot
Dwarf Japanese Red Maple tree.
I think it’s a weeping Cheery. I know someone allready said it but…I want to play too.
I believe it’s a Weeping Japanese Maple tree
What is it??? Did you ever say??
Connie, the tree is Malus Louisa, it’s a flowering crabapple very similar to Red Jade.
I am going to guess that it is a weeping crab apple.
I believe it is ajapanese maple.
CAROLINA WEEPING CRABAPPLE TREE
Laceleaf Weeping Japanese Red Maple Tree
(the prettiest of the Japenese Red Maple)
Thanks for the good instructional video. My guess is Prunus subhirtella, ‘Pendula’.
Will do not no mike but like to no so will see win you post it good video
I just finished my Master Gardening course with WSU. The more recent info on tree planting is to remove that burlap. They have found that it does not decompose quickly and it does inhibit root growth. I have discovered as you mentioned many hidden ties I would never have discovered without fully removing all the burlap. The trees I have done this with are all thriving.
Weeping Pussy Willow
Thank u for explaining clay soil. I hate it but we live in an area where that’s all there is. Very frustrating. Btw I would like to know how u composte with food waste without it smelling badly.
Thank you Mike!!
Red blood Japenese Maple
its a money maker; Mikes favourite “japanese maple”
Sharon, no, not Lavender Twist Redbud.
My guess is : Acer palmatum Altropurpureum “Ever Red”
I’m going to guess: Weeping Cherry, variety Snow Fountain…
I believe it”s a japanese Maple
Hi Mike, great video. Mike, knowing you and your love for japenese maple, i don’t even have to guess. It has to be japanese maple.
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