Acer truncatum 'Akaji
lc: mottled yellow
Acer truncatum 'Akikaze Nishiki' ('Albovariegatum', 'Albovitatum', 'Shuhu Nishiki', 'Tricolor', 'Variegatum')
ha: slower, more shrubby in some examples, often densely branched, established plants can become strong with time.
lc: coarsely sectored white and to a lesser degree finely mottled, covering 20-60% of surface, quite variable, some
lc: leaves all white or all green, often more chimera on one side of the blade versus the other. The youngest 2-4 leaves
lc: will be mostly rose-red or suffused pink. It will burn in strong summer sun. Reversions are common.
ll: 3-4 inches, overall smaller than species typical, especially in highly mottled and twisted blades
ls: leaves with very asymmetrical chimera often have lop-sided or falcate (sickle-shaped) lobes or some irregular
ls: deformity or twist. Blades are more deeply cut than species typical, generally 5-lobed, 3 or 7 lobes possible
Acer truncatum 'Asahi
Acer truncatum var.
Acer truncatum subsp. mono = Acer pictum
Acer truncatum x Acer platanoides = see clones NORWEGIAN SUNSET and PACIFIC SUNSET
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