Acer sterculiaceum subsp. franchetii

A remarkable hardy Himalayan maple, with very large leaves flushed red when emerging and predominantly three lobed in adulthood. Racemes of large yellow-green flowers in spring followed by drooping clusters of substantial fruits on females. Males have attractive red flowers. A fairly big tree eventually, happiest in a reasonably wind sheltered position.

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