Just rolled another batch onto the old ordi, here starting from June 10: Shojo framing Cornus alternifolia 'Argentea' and C. kousa, the same 2 Cornus with a background of A. buergerianum A. rubescens 'Red Flamingo' with its attendant Feverfew (super useful Acer buddy, as it goes). A. sieboldianum 'Kinu gasa yama' and A. flabellatum. 'Kinu gasa yama' is a great cultivar, 3 season interest. A. x amplum 'Ample Surprise', summer colors. That's a young Acer 'Summergold' in the background, not really established yet. A. obtusifolium and A. macrophyllum. Both very slow growing in our garden, probably not enough moisture for the Big Leaf. I've planted another in what I hope is a better spot. This little dwarf is the sibling of the large upright variegate I posted earlier. As might be expected, it's a little bit stronger variegation. I like it as a garden plant, and it might be worth naming for its habit. But I'm sort of opposed to naming every random variegate that pops up (some feel differently), this type of seedling isn't super rare. A. shirasawanum 'Aureum'. So good. This one isn't very well established yet, hoping it will go.