arboretum2

South Campus Tour


Tree Details

Hardiness zone:
5 – 9
Height:
25 – 30 with a maximum of 50 – 60
Spread:
maximum of 26
Habit:
Often multi-stemmed
Light:
Sun to partial shade
Soil:
Good dry soil tolerance
Flowers:
inconspicuous
Fruit:
1 1/4 long, winged fruit
Landscape use:
Tree still being grown by nurserymen; may be used similarly to sugar maple
History:
Native range is upland woods in the Piedmont from North Carolina to Georgia, panhandle of Florida, Louisiana, eastern Indiana and Texas
Pests\Problems:
None
Significant Features:
None