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Acer tataricum subsp. ginnala



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Acer tataricum subsp. ginnala
Amur maple

A small, rounded, low-branched tree known for its excellent fall color and red fruits. The Amur maple is grown multi-stemmed, although single-stemmed forms can be grown. The common name is derived from the Amur River region between N. China and Russia, where the tree is native. Commonly listed in the trade as a species, it is most appropriately classified as a subspecies of A. tataricum.

Habit:Rounded to broad-rounded, multi-stemmed, often vase-shaped at its base
Size:20' high
Color:Medium to dark glossy green in summer
Texture:Medium-fine
Hardiness:Zone 3a USDA
Habitat:Central & Northern China - Manchuria - Japan

 
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