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ACER triflorum
Common Name: Maple, Three-flower

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Plant Type: Trees
Zone: 5 Foliage: Dark Green
Height: 20-30' Fall Foliage: Red/Orange/Yellow
Width / Spread: 20-30' Flower: Greenish-yellow
Habit: Rounded Flower Season: Mid Spring
Sun Requirements: Full Fruit: Samara
Uses: Specimen
Winter Interest
Creates Shade
Tolerance: Disease Resistant


Description:
A gracious tree with a full, dense head of dark green, trifoliate leaves. Warm light brown to amber bark peeling off in long vertical strips, even at an early age. Delicate flowers in bunches of three. Brilliant fall color from yellow to orange to pink to red. An outstanding choice for a specimen tree in small landscapes. Good alternative to Acer griseum when a lighter colored trunk would stand out better against a darker colored home.

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