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Open Science at the Maple Society

Open Science Initiative

Public education and worldwide collaboration are at the heart of the Maple Society’s purpose. The embrace of an Open Science model is a natural extension of our ongoing work through scientific symposia, published material, meetings and on line. This space is dedicated to articles shared through the Maple Society's Open Science Initiative.

Acer capillipes 'Honeydew', fall color
Acer capillipes 'Honeydew', fall color

Peter Gregory profiles the Hair Foot or Kyushu Maple, Acer capillipes. Maple Profile: Acer capillipes
Unknown Acer, probably forrestii
Acer aff. forrestii

In a collaboration between the University of Ghent and Westonbirt Arboretum, Jan de Langhe and Dan Crowley revisited the vegetative key to the species Acer. Published 24 January, 2018. Acer Vegetative Key
Newly Grafted Acer palmatum Cultivar
New Acer palmatum Graft

In this article from the Maple Society summer 2010 newsletter, Laura Jones describes Dick van der Maat's Maple Winter Grafting Course. Maple Winter Grafting Day
Lime Leaved Maple, Fruiting Branch
Acer distylum, Samaras

Peter Gregory profiles the rare Japanese Lime Leaved Maple, Acer distylum. Maple Profile: Acer distylum
Norway Maple Flower
Acer platanoides, Flowers

In this article from the Maple Society autumn 2010 newsletter, Piotr Banaszczak of the Rogow Arboretum (Rogow, Poland) describes maples native to Europe. Maples of Europe Part I.
Montpelier Maple Flower
Acer monspessulanum, Flowers

Piotr Banaszczak continues with Pan European species in this article from the Maple Society winter 2010 issue. Maples of Europe Part II.

 

The OSI at the Maple Society is managed by Emery Davis, for information. comments or suggestions please contact emery.davis@maplesociety.org.

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