All these young plants are from seeds or cheap garden material. Its fun to grow them in pots. They have never ever been in field. I don´t know the exact varieties...
1. A.p. with "cut" leaves.
2. A.p. with "common" leaves.
3. A.p. atropurpureum with red leaves
The same plant in autumn 2012
Second one - development spring 2013 - autumn 2017.
Very first picture of A.p. atropurpurpureum from autumn 2013.
Small tree from Slovak New Talent Competition in 2014. I planted it right in the field after the competition. After three years was the tree strong enough to go back to training pot with better substrate. I did the second styling and complete wiring last saturday on our club workshop. Its a pity that I didn´t planted it in the right position in spring 2017.