Acer stachyophyllum subsp. stachyophyllum

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Acer tetramerum, Pax. Tree, to 25 ft: branchlets glabrous: lvs. ovate to oblong-ovate, 2-3 1/2 in. long, acuminate, truncate or rounded and usually 3-nerved at the base, unequally incisely serrate or sometimes slightly lobed, light green and pubescent beneath, rarely nearly glabrous: staminate fls. in few-flo. sessile racemes from lateral leafless buds; stamens 4 or sometimes 6; disk lobed; pistillate fls. in elongated racemes, usually few-flo.: fr. slender-stalked; nutlet thick, strongly veined. Cent, and W. China. S.T.S. 1:85.—Graceful, hardy tree, very variable. Var. lobulatum, Rehd. Lvs. distinctly lobed, nearly glabrous. J.H.S. 29:352, 355. Var. betulifolium, Rehd. (A. betulifolium, Maxim.) Lvs. not, or very slightly, lobed, rounded or cuncate at the base, glabrous or glabrescent. Var. elobulatum, Rehd. Lvs. not or scarcely lobed, long-acuminate, rounded and 3-nerved at the base, pubescent beneath. Intro, as A. stachyophyllum, but the true A. stachyophyllum is a Himalayan species, not in cult. Var. tiliifolium, Rehd. Lvs. ovate, cordate at the base, and 5-nerved, pubescent beneath. Var. longeracemosum, Rehd. Lvs. like in var. elobulatum: racemes to 6 in. long, slender. CH

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