Acer griseumThis small oval deciduous tree has trifoliate leaves, but is best known for its outstanding, cinnamon to reddish-brown exfoliating bark. Because it is slow-growing and difficult to propagate, it is relatively difficult to find.
|Habit:||Oval to oval-rounded with uniform branching, often formal|
|Size:||20-30' in cultivation, reaching 50' in its native range|
|Color:||New leaves are reddish-maroon, becoming dull dark green|
|Texture:||Medium-fine due to trifoliate leaves|
|Hardiness:||Zone 5a USDA|