Manchurian Stripebark Maple, Manchustriped Maple
- Deciduous tree or large shrub, 20-30 ft (6-9 m) high, oval to rounded. Branches glabrous; trunk bark light
to yellow green with white vertical stripes. Leaves opposite, simple, 3-5 lobed, 10-15 cm long and wide, base
cordate to sub-cordate, tip acuminate, margin finely serrate, pale to rich green above (golden yellow in fall), pale and glabrous below, petiole 2.5-7.5 cm, groove at point of attachment. Flowers small, green-yellow, in slender, 7-10 cm long, nodding clusters (racemes). Fruit (samaras) about 3 cm long, wings form a wide angle or nearly horizontal.
- Sun to part shade. Similar to A. capilles and A. pensylvanicum, but not commonly cultivated but some consider it a superior ornamental.
- Hardy to USDA Zone 4 Native to Manchuria, Korea, and Russia.
- tegmentosum: covered, hidden.
- Portland, Oregon: Hoyt Arboretum.
- Silverton, Oregon: The Oregon Garden