name botanical:Acer opalus
height:up to 20 m (66 ft)
The leaves are usually three-lobed and the leaf edge is notched. The petiole is longer than the leaf. The leaf position is opposite. The autumn color is yellow.
leaf margin:notched, lobed
flowering:March - April
The flowers are yellowish green and stand in cymes.
gender distribution:monoecious / hermaphrodite
Schizocarp: pairs with two seeds. The wings are at an acute angle and are reddish in summer.
The branches are brown to red-brown. The buds are brown and oblong, ovate and pointed.
bark:The bark is brown and smooth, with a few cracks in old age.
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