Acer × freemanii Sienna Glen®
Common name: 
Sienna Glen Maple
Pronunciation: 
A-ser free-MAN-e-i
Family: 
Aceraceae
Genus: 
Synonyms: 
'Sienna'
Type: 
Broadleaf
Native to (or naturalized in) Oregon: 
No
  • Broadleaf deciduous tree, grows rapidly, may attain 50 ft tall and 40 wide (15 × 12 m), upright, pyramidal habit when young, at maturity, broad oval habit. Leaves opposite, simple, small for a maple tree, about 3-4 inches (7.5-10 cm) long and slightly smaller width, 3-5 lobes, a long central lobe, giving the leaves an arrowhead shape, margins are noticeably serrated. Color is medium green above and light green to gray below, fall color is yellow, orange-red to burgundy. More or less seedless.;
  • Sun.
  • Hardy to USDA Zone 3       The tree was discovered in 1990 on an abandoned farm site in Lake Elmo, Minnesota.  Patented in 2000, PP11,322, and the trademark registered in 2003.
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