This plant is restricted for shipment to ME, VT, WI
Latin: Acer ginnala
Other common names: Siberian maple, flame maple
Mature Height: 20 ft. tall if untrimmed, but thickens up under heavy pruning.
Soil / Climate: Zones 3-8 Native to North East Asia performs best in colder climates (cool summers)
Amur Maple can adapt to different types of soil, It is easily transplanted and can be heavily pruned. Full sun or partial shade
Notes: introduced to N. America The leaves turn a brilliant orange to red in the fall. It is also valued in Japan and elsewhere for bonsai. It produces small, fragrant, pale yellow flowers in clusters in early spring. Because of their smaller size, they work well in residential yards or small landscapes as hedges and screens. Amur maple leaves have been used as tea leaf substitutes. Dried leaves can be used for different colors of dyes.