Acer grandidentatum 'Hipazam' [sold as Highland Park®]
Highland Park Bigtooth Maple

 Plant Type:
 Deciduous / Evergreen:
Yellow (Small, in the spring; not ornamentally important)
Green (Deep, almost blackish-green, lustrous summer foliage that is thick and leathery); Red (Orange-red fall foliage)
Brown (Samaras, green maturing to brown)
 Ultimate Height:
35 feet
 Ultimate Spread:
25 feet
Prefers well-drained, loamy to sand soils, but tolerates clay soils and a wide range of pH levels
Cultivated origin
 Diagnostic Characteristics:
The thick, leathery leaves are glossy and dark green, opposite, simple, 4-8" in length and half the width with 3 main lobes. Samaras are 0.5-1" in length.

Additional Information

Acer grandidentatum is closely related to Acer saccharum (the Sugar Maple), which it is often compared to. 'Hipazam', often sold under the name of Highland Park, is an upright variant with an oval crown and lustrous, deep green leathery leaves that turn an attractive orange-red in autumn.

2 Acer grandidentatum 'Hipazam' [sold as Highland Park®] found

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