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Acer griseum

Paperbark Maple

The paperbark maple is an unusual ornamental-sized tree with distinctive peeling bark of multiple shades of brown and gray that resemble sheets of paper, hence its name. It has unusual compound leaves composed of three smal, glossy leaflets that usually turn brilliant colors on the fall. The open branching form is graceful and attractive in a winter landscape, especially with the distinctive peeling bark.

Environment

Zone_4Zone_8 4 to 8

Water_use_3Water_use_4 Average to High

Exposure_2Exposure_3 Part Sun to Full Sun

Growth Rate Slow

Height 30' 0" (9.144 m)

Width 25' 0" (7.62 m)

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