Acer elegantulum

This Chinese species was only introduced about 1990 and is as yet very rarely seen in the West. It makes a small tree with, as the name suggests, rather lovely foliage, emerging maroon, becoming green later. The leaves are deeply lobed, looking similar to some forms of A. campbellii. Hardy throughout most, if not all of the UK and thrives here in the Cotswolds, even through extreme cold.

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