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Acer circinatum


“Vine” Maple, although not really a vine, has very slender, often sprawling, branches. These branches often root to produce new trees, creating dense thickets underneath the shade of taller conifers.  It is a small, usually multi-stemmed tree or shrub. 


Size: 15-20' F

Sun: prefers partial shade; sun if adequate water

Soil Conditions: average


Special Uses:  



Habitat Notes: Although in nature, Vine Maple is often found in moist to wet places in the shade of other trees, it will also thrive in sunny openings with adequate moisture.


Vine Maple

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