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  • Amur maple is a deciduous large shrub or small tree that grows to 20 feet, with brilliant red fall color. May grow in either a multi-stemmed or single-trunk form.
  • The leaves are opposite, 3-lobed with toothed margins, and are longer than they are wide.
  • Flowers are fragrant, white, and arranged in loose clusters. Bloom time is April and May when new foliage appears.
  • Fruits are red, ¾ - 1 inch long, double-winged samaras typical of maple trees. Each fruit has two seeds.
  • Bark is smooth and gray on young branches and grayish-brown on older branches.

Maple, Amur

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