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HEIGHT:40 - 60 feet
SPREAD:30 - 40 feet
DISTINCTIONS:Large, open canopy; interesting textured bark; bright yellow fall leaf color. Have survived many years on UAF campus.
LIMITATIONS:Brittle wood may break with wind, snow and ice loads; seeds may be prolific and messy; leafs out late; northern grown plants best for INT.
HARDINESS:INT, SC, SE (Zone 3)
ORIGIN:Eastern Siberia and northern China
CULTIVARS:‘Dropmore’ faster growing; small neat leaves; selected in a nursery in Dropmore, Manitoba.
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The information for this Deciduous Tree (314) was last updated on: 2010-12-07 20:29:08
     
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