I just spotted these for sale in Our Members Area for only $15.00 each! Of course they are small, but $15.00? That’s a bargain. These are being offered by one of our members and she actually has a long listing of all kinds of different and rare Japanese maples.
They won’t last long and I can’t promise when more will be available.
Purple Ghost is an amazing Japanese maple that pulls you in like a magnet. I have two of these at my nursery that I’m selling this spring for $149.00 each so $15.00 truly is a bargain.
Test Drive the Members Area. It’s only $7.00 for 30 days then you can cancel if you want.
You can learn more about the Purple Ghost Japanese maple here.
Questions, comments, mean things to say? Post them below and I will respond.
I have five Japanense Maple that I grew from plants that came up from the seeds dropping from a JM off my front porch They are planted in two different spots in semi shade and are about30 inches tall. I would like to move them but am not sure what time to do this. I live in middle Tennessee close to the Kentucky border.
Lillian, Move them at Thanksgiving when they are dormant.
Marcie Clinkenbeard says
Mike I do not sell plants I love them as they army babies I would never sell them. I keep making more gardens! I live in Southern California in a small town of Yorba Linda. Zone 9 to 10. I would like to buy a bunch of Japanese maples as I like to make them into bonsai If you find anyone who will ship to me I’m a willing buyer! Many thanks Marcie & Jack
We have three or four members http://backyardgrowers.com/join, maybe more that sell all kinds of rare Japanese maples several times per year.
Do you still have a Purple Ghost available?
OH girl here.
Sorry I do not.
phil Earick says
you can’t tell us !!!!! we have to hunt like crazy to them. it ??
Don’t understand that.
You can find them online. Anywhere from $35 to $65 for a one gallon plant. In our members area, http://backyardgrowers.com/join, they are usually around $15 when available. That’s why we have a members area, so our members can buy at wholesale prices. I get that our members area is not for everybody, it’s actually pretty exclusive and caters to those that want to grow and sell plants at a profit. For instance, I bought a bunch of Japanese maples in Our Members Area for about $15 each, grew them on and sold a bunch of them this spring at $149 each. That’s what we do.
Pam from NJ says
I am humbled by your life story and admire your perseverance. You are an amazing role model for all going through difficult times. Thank you for sharing your life story and all your plant growing knowledge. Continued good health to you and Pam.
Thank you Pam, I appreciate that.
Hi Mike, year before you were also showing Purple ghost Japanese Maples and I asked you to ship one to me, with payment method that you would require., Price was also $15.00., plus shipping. You replied to me that you do not ship to New Jersey. I was dissapointed, I think that shipping one state away and 8 states awAy is same thing. Mara, the one with green tumb
I have never shipped plants. We have members, http://backyardgrowers.com/join, that ship thousands of plants but I do not. I only sell plants locally.
Phil Polin says
I believe I am a member but have not participated. Can you review with me how to maks a purchase? Thanks. Phil
Just login to http://backyardgrowers.com and go to the buy/sell forum. If you have problems Duston can confirm your membership for you. [email protected] or [email protected]
How tall do they grow??
Purple Ghost is an upright Japanese maple so they have the ability to reach 20′. But they are slow growing and could easily be kept to a height of 5′ with once a year pruning.
Bob Campbell says
Ok, so how / where can I purchase one of these beautiful Purple Ghost’s ?
I live in Hicksville, Ny .. Long Island 11801 zip
They are really, really hard to come by. Like I said, I have one that is $149 and too big to ship and there are a few available in our members areas for $15 each. At least they were available when I posted this earlier today. http://backyardgrowers.com/join