Acer tataricum ssp. tataricum

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    Acer tataricum ssp. tataricum - Accession 1994; UWBG Washington Park Arboretum, Seattle.

    Van Gelderen, in Maples of the World, writes that this species grows in Austria, Hungary, Serbia, Romania, the Caucasus, Ukraine, and Turkey, "in sunny, dry situations as forest undergrowth, and only occasionally as a solitary tree." He describes the leaves as "nlobed to remotely lobulate but juvenile leaves may have three lobes, 5-10 cm long and almost as wide, broadly ovate; margins doubly serrate; bases subcordate; veins pubescent to nearly glabrescent; petioles 2-5 cm long."

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