Acer stachyophyllum

Birch-leaved Maple, Wooly Maple, Spiked Maple

Form and Growth Characteristics:
Plant Type - Tree
Growth Rate - The open canopy of this multistemmed tree broadens at the top.
Mature Height - Reaches 26-33' (50’)
Mature Width -
Longevity -

Ornamental Characteristics:
Flower - Yellow, insignificant spring flowers
Fruit - Samaras spreading erectly, rarely obtusely or acutely
Leaf - Deciduous, leaves papery, ovate margins incised to lobulate, glaucous beneath
Fall Color - Fall color is yellow, considered by some to be insignificant.
Bark - Bark yellowish brown, smooth
Other Features - Name means having spiked/pointed leaves. It is rare in cultivation.
Possible Use -
Season Of Interest -

Culture and Care:
Care Requirements - Soil adaptable, sensitive to frosts. Zones: 5B - 8A
Native Habitat - From the Himalayas to central China (Hubei, Gansu, Shaanxi provinces), southeastern Tibet, in mountain forests to an altitude of 1000m.
Diseases and Insects - Sensitive to verticillium wilt
Strength -
Weakness - Sensitive to late frosts.

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- Other plants with the common name Maple.
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