Category: deciduous tree Size: medium
Mature Size: 20-30' x 25-30'
Zone: 3-12 Growth Rate: slow
Foliage: Lobed, toothed leaves to 4" long, covered with down.
Elevation (if known): To 7,500'
Water: Moderate. Once established, can tolerate drought.
Soil : Moist, well-drained.
Comments: Looks like mature maple tree. White flowers in spring. Fruit can be used for jelly. Yellow to bronze fall color. Tolerates wind.
Warnings: May have thorns.
Alamosa Tree Board Recommended? yes
Street Tree? yes Street Tree Conditions:
CO/NM native? no Native to: Central to Eastern N America
Information Sources: CSU Extension; Alamosa Tree Board; U of Conneticut Database