Acer circinatum

NW native Vine Maple

Common Name: Vine Maple

NW native Vine Maple, a small deciduous tree, has some of the best fall colors of all natives. It's a tough little guy that does well as an understory beneath tall evergreens. A quick grower to 10-15 feet, it has multiple trunks and spreads to 20' widths, much like a vine. It likes moisture but will thrive in drought after established as long as it has a little shade (does not enjoy intense heat). Blooms with white flowers in spring. A lovely addition to any landscape and provides local wildlife with food and nesting places.

  • Plant Type: Deciduous shrub
  • Plant Hardiness Zone: 5a-8b
  • Height: 12' - 20'
  • width: 15' - 20'
  • Soil Needs: Clay, Adaptable, Average, Well-Drained, Rich
  • Water Needs: Even Moisture - Drought Tolerant
  • Sun Exposure: Mostly Sun - Shade
  • Foliage Color: Green
  • Foliage Season: Deciduous
  • Flower Season: Spring

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