|Acer circinatum Pursh|
A small tree with circular leaves, 7- or 9-lobed, 6-12 cm wide. Lobes elliptic, sharp and doubled serrate. Young leaves hairy. Leaves turning orange and crimson in autumn. The flowers appear in April. Sepals are purpur, petals are whitish, some individuals with yellowish petals and sepals.
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Author: Rainer Oberle
Ethnobotanical aspects of Acer circinatum by Plants for a future database
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