Acer buergeranumAcer cissifolium

  • BOTANICAL NAME: Acer cissifolium
  • PRONUNCIATION: A-ser
  • COMMON NAME: Ivy-leafed Maple
  • FAMILY: Aceraceae
  • NATIVITY: Japan
  • GROWTH HABIT: Oval to rounded shape, height and spread from 20' to 30'.
  • HARDINESS: USDA Zones
  • OPTIMUM GROWING CONDITIONS:  Full sun to part shade. Prefers well-drained moist soils.
  • LANDSCAPE VALUE:
  • FOLIAGE:Opposite, trifoliate compound leaf, each leaflet could be 1 1/2 to 3"long, ovate or obovate to elliptic shape. Yellow to red fall color.
  • BUDS: Terminal bud has reddish purple  pubescent , approximately 3/16" long.
  • BARK: Smooth bark with gray color on it.
  • FRUIT:
  • PROPAGATION:
  • PESTS:
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