Manchuria and Korea
Small rounded tree growing 20 to 30 feet tall; similar to A. griseum.
Moist, acidic, well-drained soils in sun to part shade.
Wonderful small landscape tree. Can be used in the small residential landscape, as a specimen plant
Dark green in the summer changing to yellow, orange and red in the fall. Opposite, trifoliate with each leaflet 2 to 3 inches long. Margins irregularly serrat
Buds are similar to A. griseum but lighter in color.
Exfoliating in long thin strips, golden brown in color; this is what bark should be!
Greenish yellow flowers appear in April in clusters of three.
Samaras 1 to 1.25 inches long, woody, more pubescent than A. griseum.
Seed or cuttings, difficult. Less than five percent of the seeds on most plants are viable.