Acer fulvescens

An elegant and fully hardy Chinese species, rarely encountered in cultivation, though originally introduced by Wilson in 1908. A medium sized tree with an upright, rounded crown and three to five lobed broad foliage, softly yellow pubescent under, the lobes being elegant and drawn out. Autumn colour is a clear yellow. For any reasonable soil. Expect 15 to 20m after many decades, though by no means slow growing when young.

Pot size: 2L
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