We have a beautiful variegated maple in our garden which always has distinct white parts to the bright green leaves. It has to be over 20years old, I would think. The tree is in an open position. In the past we've had small branches with green leaves, which we've removed. This year, the leaves overall are much darker and the variegation is barely noticeable. Is it likely to revert to it's former glory in years to come or is this it? It's always been like a 'light bulb' in the garden and it would be a shame if we lose it.
- 24 May, 2012