Acer davidii

  • BOTANICAL NAME: Acer davidii
  • PRONUNCIATION: A-ser
  • COMMON NAME: David Maple
  • FAMILY: Aceraceae
  • NATIVITY: Central and western China.
  • GROWTH HABIT: Small tree, could be 30'-- 50' tall.
  • HARDINESS: USDA Zones 5 - 7.
  • OPTIMUM GROWING CONDITIONS: Part shade.
  • LANDSCAPE VALUE: .
  • FOLIAGE: Opposite, simple, 3 to 6” long 1.5 to 2.5 “wide, ovate to ovate- oblong shape, subcordate or rounded base. Yellow to red fall color.
  • BUDS:
  • BARK: Younger branches have green or purplish red to striped white color.
  • FLOWER: Yellowish color flower. Mayare borne in slender pendulous female on longer inflorescences than male.
  • FRUIT: Glabrous, spread horizontally.
  • PROPAGATION:
  • PESTS:
University of Delaware

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