Acer griseum

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Paperbark Maple

Growing to 20 or 30 feet in height, paperbark maple has an upright oval habit. It makes a wonderful specimen plant. Its flowers are not very showy, but it does have good fall color varying from orange to bronze, russet-red,or red. This small ornamental maple is highly valued for its lovely dense growth habit, interesting trifoliate leaves, and cinnamon-brown bark. The peeling bark, one of the tree's best ornamental features, is accentuated during winter snows. It is a superb small maple with wonderful bark.

Soil:
Moderate
Plant Shape:
Upright
Exposure:
Full Sun
Partial Shade
Bloom Time:
March - April
Bloom Color:
Green
Landscape Use:
Specimen Plant
Understory
Plant Type:
Tree
Hardiness Zone:
4 - 8