Acer negundo

 Plant Type:
 Deciduous / Evergreen:
Green (Yellowish-green flowers in spring; not ornamentally important)
Green (Bright green foliage in summer); Yellow (Greenish-yellow to brown fall color; not ornamentally important)
Brown (Begin yellowish-green; profuse; not ornamentally important)
 Ultimate Height:
30-50 feet
 Ultimate Spread:
30-50 feet
Extrememly tolerant of different soils
North America
 Diagnostic Characteristics:
Leaves trifoliate (sometimes with 5 leaflets), opposite, simple, 2-4" long, coarsely-serrate, and lighter green; slightly pubescent beneath. Buds have greenish or reddish scales. Stems greenish to reddish brown.

Additional Information

Extremely tolerant of site conditions. Short-lived. Very weak-wooded. Invasive. Only use where nothing else will grow.

When Acer negundo has been observed flowering or fruiting at Purdue University





3 Acer negundo found

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= Heritage plant = Memorial plant
Number Accession ID Location
Heritage Plant

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