In most cases you have to graft the plant onto the same species for it to work,
though sometimes things can be grafted on stock from the same genus (euonymus
tree froms are grafted on burning bush stock) or sometimes from the same family
but a different genus. Japanese maples are usually grafted on plain old Acer
Thank you for your response. I knew to graft them onto Japanese
Maples and have seen some plain Acer Palmatum's for less than the
known culivars so wonderered if I could use them for my grafting (when
I get started, this is all new to me and am learning) Thank you very
much for your kind response!
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