The Hedge Maple is native to most of Europe (in Scotland, it is the only native maple) and has been naturalized in North America and New Zealand. It is a slow grower and has deeply fissured, cork-like bark. The leaves have five, blunt, rounded lobes. The species can reach 35 feet with a similar spread and is generally used in hedges or as a street tree.
March - April, May - June
Screen/Hedge, Shade Tree, Specimen Plant