Plants: Acer griseum - Paperbark Maple

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Acer griseum: Paperbark Maple Seeds

Zone: 4 to 8 Grows to: 20-30 ft. Can be a little tricky to grow from seed, but very rewarding. A beautiful small tree with great individuality and brilliant red fall foliage. Lovely rich reddish brown peeling bark stands out wonderfully in a winter landscape. A wonderful specimen tree.

Paperbark Maple likes full to partial sun and well-drained, humus-rich soil with a pH of 5-7. Needs lots of moisture. Includes full germination instructions to get your seeds started.
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