Although similar to the so-called lace-leaf maples, this plant has a certain elegance that sets it apart. Leaves narrowly incised, with a silvery undertone. Growing full and dense but slowly and only to about 5' high. Yellow fall color. Still very rarely found compared to green lace leafs such as 'Viridis'. Good in containers. Developed in New York in 1955. Zones: USDA 6; Sunset 2-10, 12, 14-24, Alaska-3.
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