Acer × freemanii Celebration® (syn. A. × f. 'Celzam') Aceraceae
- Broadleaf deciduous tree, upright-pyramidal habit, strong branch angles, compact, to 45 ft (~14 m) tall, 25 ft (~7.5 m) wide, fast growing when young. Leaves deep green, deeply lobed, similar to Silver Maple in apperance, fall color golden-yellow to red. Essentially seedless.
- Sun tolerates droughty soils.
- Hardy to USDA Zone 4 Discovered 1967 by James Zampini in a maple block at Indian Point Farm, Perry, Ohio (PP 7279, in 1990), introduced in 1987.