Birch-leaved Maple, Wooly Maple, Spiked Maple
Form and Growth Characteristics: Plant Type - TreeGrowth 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 flowersFruit - Samaras spreading erectly, rarely obtusely or acutelyLeaf - Deciduous, leaves papery, ovate margins incised to lobulate, glaucous beneathFall Color - Fall color is yellow, considered by some to be insignificant.Bark - Bark yellowish brown, smoothOther 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 - 8ANative 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 wiltStrength - Weakness - Sensitive to late frosts.Plants of this taxon:
Find Related Plants:- Other plants with the common name Maple.- Other plants of the family Aceraceae.- Other plants of the genus Acer.- Other plants of the species Acer stachyophyllum.