|Grid reference||ST 18087 78500|
|Common name||Vine maple|
|Origin||West North America|
|Planted||by Malcolm Frazer c.1995|
|Height||4.5M May 2021|
|Girth||73cm @ 0.4M may 2021|
This tree is towards the south end, roughly midway between Fairoak and Allensbank roads.
General tree description
Acer circinatum is a large, dense shrub or a small tree with a bushy shape. It has almost circular leaves up to 10 x 13cm, with seven to nine double toothed lobes, light green, turning orange and crimson in autumn. In spring there are red and white flowers, followed by seeds which turn bright red as they develop.