Plant Common Name
Manchurian Striped Maple
Manchurian striped maple is a small, spreading, deciduous tree from eastern Asia. Its white-striped branches, which provide year-round interested, give rise to large, blunt-lobed leaves in spring, which turn yellow in fall.
More tolerant of full sun than most stripebark maples, and accepting of any soil that's not wet, dry, or alkaline, it makes an excellent specimen tree for eastern or northern exposures, if protected from afternoon sun.