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> Acer tataricum subsp. ginnala
Acer tataricum subsp. ginnala (Amur maple)
Synonyms: Acer acinatum; Acer ginnala; Acer ginnala f. coccineum; Acer ginnala subsp. euginnala; Acer ginnala var. euginnala; Acer tataricum var. ginnala; Acer tataricum var. laciniatum
Acer ginnala (Amur maple) is a plant species with woody stems native to northeastern Asia from easternmost Mongolia east to Korea and Japan, and north to the Russian Far East in the Amur River valley. It is a small maple with deciduous leaves that is sometimes grown as a garden subject or boulevard tree.
Acer ginnala, commonly known as Amur maple, is a decidous tree, native to Russia and northern China. It was introduced into the United States as an ornamental, due to its vibrant colours in autumn. It has since escaped from cultivation and has the potential of becoming naturalised. The Amur maple is tolerant of a wide range of environmental factors including temperature, drought, soil, pH and light.