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A small multi-trunk maple, upright spreading tree with a dense, rounded crown that matures over time to a 15 - 20' tall tree or multi-stemmed shrub. It is native to forested areas from western Asia to southeastern Europe. Unlobed, broad-ovate, medium green leaves (to 4” long) with irregular doubly serrate margins are found on mature trees. Leaves on young trees are often 3 lobed. Leaves turn yellow and red in fall. Greenish-white flowers in erect, 2 to 3 in. long and wide panicles bloom in spring. Flowers are followed by winged samaras (to 1” long) that turn a showy red in summer/fall as they mature.

Tolerant of a range of conditions; no serious pest or disease concerns.

Maple, Tatarian

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