Medium broadleaf deciduous tree
Tolerates a variety of soil and light conditions. If root suckers appear, remove them to avoid spreading and the appearance of a multi-stem tree.
40' at maturity
30' at maturity
Attractive, greenish-yellow flowers appear in clusters at the branch ends in spring.
Lobed and mitten shaped leaves are bright green, giving way to yellow, purple and red fall color.
The bark on trunk of mature trees is thick, dark red-brown, and deeply furrowed
Native from Maine to Ontario and Michigan, south to Florida and Texas.