Acer pensylvanicum 'Erythrocladum' (Striped Maple)

Family:  Sapindaceae
Zone:  3 - 9
Natural Range:  Eastern North America
Soil:  Average, moist well drained
Light:  Part shade, shade
Height:  15’
Bloom Time:  March to April
Attracts:  NA
Pest Resistance:  NA
Attributes:  Deciduous, large three lobed leaves to 7” long, turning bright golden yellow in fall. Green and white striped bark during the warmer months turning electric crimson-scarlet as the temperatures drop in the fall. 
Notes:  One of the best smaller growing maples for a shady garden.
Pot Size:  1 Gallon Pot