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Acer Campestre

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Hedge Maple

FAMILY: SAPINDACEAE

About Hedge Maple at OSU's Landscape Plants site

Acer campestre - hedge maple
  • Native of greater Europe and western Asia.

  • Although it can grow to be nearly 100’ tall, it more often is a relatively small, bushy tree.

  • Leaves are 3-5 lobed and lobes are blunt.

  • Seed wings have a spread of 180°.

  • Fall color is usually a bright yellow.

  • Tree used for hedgerows (hence the name) in Europe.

  • Not common in Portland. The two Heritage Trees are probably the largest in the city.

Tree #LocationDimensionsPhoto and Notes
105

2517 NE Multnomah St

Right of Way

64' Height

41' Spread

9.8' Circ.

This tree is on the west side of the lot, between NE 24th & 26th Ave
Acer campestre - hedge maple
106

2517 NE Multnomah St

Right of Way

72' Height

47' Spread

10.6' Circ.

This tree is on the west side of the lot, between NE 24th & 26th Ave
Acer campestre - hedge maple
358

3424 NE 17th Ave

Right of Way

66' Height

56.6' Spread

12' Circ.

Acer campestre - hedge maple