Acer pennsylvanicum

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Acer pennsylvanicum, Linn. (A. striatum, Dur.). Striped Maple. Moose Wood. Tree, rarely 40 ft.: bark greenish, striped with white lines: lvs. slightly cordate, roundish-obovate, 3-lobed at the apex, 5-7 in. long, finely serrate, ferrugineously pubescent on the whole lower surface when young: racemes glabrous, drooping: fr. short-stalked, in long, drooping racemes; wings spreading at right angles. E. N. Amer. S.S. 2:84, 85. Michx. Hist. Arb. 2:17. Em. 566. H.T. 330.—Handsome medium-sized tree of upright, dense habit, with bright green, large foliage; turning clear yellow in autumn, and attractive even in winter from its smooth, greenish bark, striped with white. Var. erythrocladum, Spaeth. Shoots bright red during autumn and winter. CH

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