There is a neatly pruned japanese maple in a public area close to my work:
We had warmer than usual weather last several weeks, and new growth appeared:
It is hard to believe, but this new branch was not there three weeks ago:
Is it possible to cut these young branches, and get a similar maple elsewhere one day?
NOTE: Looking more carefully, it occurs to me that this may be some kind of reverse mutation, no? But even the 'reversed' version looks attractive to me.