Any idea? TIA!
Any idea? TIA!
looks like a nice little tree for a bonsai.
I have a small terrarium on my desk with a "yard harvested" Douglas Fir.
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oh geez.. I can really contribute to this thread. When I wake up..
It's a maple seedling. I have to pull tons of these out of my bogs every year.
I dont think its maple, they look different imho.
im 90% sure its a downy, silver birch or a natural hybrid of those 2.
10% chance its an alder.
I also say "maple"
the instant I saw the photo, I thought "maple" with no hesitation.
I will say...97.3% sure!
maple seedlings often have leaves that look different from the "mature" leaves.
so its not surprising that one leaf doesnt look like a maple right now..(but actually, it does.)
based on the red trunk, and the leaf shape, its probably a "Red maple"
(which is not the maple that has solid red leaves, that is a "Canadian Red maple" or a "Red Norway Maple"..the regular "Red maple" has red stems, and green leaves)
let it put out a few more more leaves, and post a photo again in a few weeks..
im willing to bet it will look much more "maple-ish" very soon!
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i hope you're wrong, or else you just made me look stupid :P
It does look a lot like the birches/alders i get all the time from spag and not much like acer pseudoplatanus and campestre. (those are the only seedlings we got here)
I'm with scotty, maple. If you pull it out, you might still be able to see the little "heilcopter" seed.
I'm not sure that it's a maple.
Since it came out of the sphagnum I was thinking a bog type plant.
My guess a cranberry plant: Viburnum edule
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