Trees by Genus

Genus 'Acer'

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Acer campestre
Acer capillipes
Acer cappadocian cv. 'Aureum'
Acer cappadocian cv. 'Rubrum'
Acer cappadocicum
Acer carpinifolium
Acer circinatum
Acer cissiofolium
Acer crataegifolium
Acer davidii
Acer davidii 'Ernest Wilson'
Acer davidii 'George Forrest'
Acer distylum
Acer forrestii
Acer ginnala
Acer glabrum
Acer grandidentatum
Acer griseum
Acer grosseri var. hersii
Acer heldreichii
Acer hyrcanum
Acer japonicum
Acer japonicum cv. 'Aconitifolium'
Acer japonicum cv. 'Vitifolium'
Acer leucoderme
Acer macrophyllum
Acer miyabei
Acer monspessulanum
Acer negundo
Acer negundo 'Variegatum'
Acer nigrum
Acer nikoense
Acer opalus
Acer palmatum
Acer palmatum 'Atropurpureum'
Acer palmatum cv. 'Senkaki'
Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Atropurpureum'
Acer palmatum 'Dissectum'
Acer palmatum heptalobum cv. 'Osakazuki'
Acer pensylvanicum
Acer platanoides
Acer platanoides cv. 'Goldsworth Purple'
Acer platanoides cv. 'Schwedleri'
Acer pseudoplatanus
Acer pseudoplatanus cv. 'Atropurpureum'
Acer rubrum
Acer rufinerve
Acer saccharinum
Acer saccharinum forma. laciniatum
Acer saccharum
Acer sempervirens
Acer spicatum
Acer stachyophyllum
Acer tataricum
Acer velutinum Boiss. var. vanvolxemii
Acer x zoeschense

Acer campestre (Field Maple)

Acer campestre

Also known as: Hedge Maple

Native: Europe, including Britain

Location: Often found in hedges.


Leaves turn golden yellow to red in autumn. Field Maple hybridizes with the Montpelier Maple (Acer monspessulanum) and Cretan Maple (Acer sempervirens) in south Europe, where confusion may arise over identification. A milky sap exuded from the leaves distinguishes the Field Maple.


Rarely produces timber-sized trees and so usually used for turning or carving. Used in middle ages for musical instruments. Satisfactory for firewood.


Acer campestre

Flowers are hermaphrodite clustered in upright heads of 10 or so, appearing in late April or early May and developing into the hanging fruits


Acer campestre