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Acer ginnala

Ginnala Maple, Amur Maple

The Amur maple is an ornamental deciduous tree with glossy, palmate leaves and brilliant orange to red foliage in fall. The leaf stems have a pink tinge, which increases their decorate value in the landscape. Amur maples do not generally grow large enough to produce significant shade, but rather are valued for their shiny foliage and spectacular fall color. They produce twin seeds in late summer that fall to the ground with a twirling motion.

Environment

Zone_3Zone_8 3 to 8

Water_use_2Water_use_4 Low to High

Exposure_2Exposure_3 Part Sun to Full Sun

Growth Rate Slow

Height 20' 0" (6.096 m)

Width 0' 0" (0.0 m)

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