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Acer grosseri var. hersii

Snake-bark maple, Snakebark Maple, Snakeskin Maple

Snakebark Maple (Acer davidii spp. grosseri) is a deciduous flowering free. It grows slowly, eventually reaching about 25 feet tall with an equal spread, and is named for its gray-green bark with conspicuous white stripes. The clusters of yellow flowers bloom in spring, and the simple, ovate, mid-green leaves turn yellow and orange in fall. Snakebark Maple is native to central China and can tolerate temperatures as low as 9.4 ºF. It grows best in sandy or loamy soil and full shade to partial sun and is a popular ornamental tree.

Environment

Zone_5Zone_8 5 to 8

Water_use_3 Average

Exposure_2Exposure_3 Part Sun to Full Sun

Growth Rate Moderate

Height 30' 0" (9.144 m)

Width 20' 0" (6.096 m)

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