ID three plants from images
I'd really like to ID these plant varieties from the leaves if anybody could have a shot.
Acer Palmatum 1 (a dissectum of some sort):
Acer Palmatum 2 (a non dissected leaf):
There are literally hundreds of Japanese Maple cultivars , and I would hate to even hazard a guess ! Good luck with that one .
The fern looks like Dryopteris affinis 'The King' ; commonly planted in gardens , this cristate form apparently comes true from spores , hence its widespread distribution .
Sorry can't be more help .
1. Acer palmatum dissectum atropurpurea..a maple with purple cut leaves.
If grafted it may be a named cultivar of which there are dozens of possibilities.
2. Pic not very clear.
3. Possibly Dryopteris affinis Cristata The King.
Perthshire. SCOTLAND .
edited November 2018
I think the fern is Dryopteris affinis " Cristata the king." The split ends are quite distinctive.
1st acer might be Acer palmatum dissectum "Garnet"
Thanks folks, appreciate it.
The middle green Acer is a bit of a longshot I release that, but if it helps it has quite light green bark and is fairly vigorous for an Acer.