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Maple Society on-line events in June 2021

This month (June 2021) we have three on-line events. Taking the lead from our first event in March there will be events held in English (June 13), French (June 20) and Spanish (June 27).

Please join us for The Maple Society’s next online event to learn more about maples and a chance to ask and get answers to maple related questions.

Date and time:

Sunday, 13th June 2021 at 11 UTC/GMT i.e. 12:00 BST (approximate duration 1 hour)

The Agenda for the event is:

  1. Welcome – Simon Grant
  2. “Delightful Dissectums” by Miles Hayward
  3. Q & A on Acer dissectums
  4. Open Discussion on “Acer” in general
  5. Close

Register now:

Contact the secretary to register.

  • Free to members of The Maple Society and The North American Branch.
  • £20 and free one-year membership to The Maple Society for non-members.

The event will take place via Zoom. It will be conducted in English. Those who have registered will receive the link to the event in an email, shortly before June 13.

NB. Please note this event will be recorded and will be put online in the future. If you have concerns about being identified, you should: Turn off your camera and/or type your questions or responses to the chair of the meeting to be read out on your behalf (anonymised)

Maple Questions and Answers in advance

Please send your maple related questions before June 13 to the Maple Society secretary using our events contact form. Many of you may have favourite Acer dissectum cultivars or specimens you wish to share with the Society. If so, pictures of them with appropriate information should be sent before the meeting. Their inclusion however will be at the discretion of the organising group and time permitting.

About Miles Hayward

Miles has devoted his whole working life to plants, spending ten years at a retail nursery before setting up his own garden company that specialises in pruning in 2009. His ever-growing maple collection meant that the only possible excuse for having so many trees was to open a nursery, Miles Japanese Maples, in 2016 in West Sussex, England. Currently a ‘backyard’ nursery specialising in Acer palmatum cultivars, he is also starting to grow more maple species from seed with a view to promote the huge variety and beauty within the genus Acer. Miles has been a member of The Maple Society for the past five years.

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