This selected clone from the A. flava f. vestita was propagated by the NAKB in The Netherlands. The scion wood comes from a specimen in the Zuiderpark (The Hague, NL). This cultivar forms a medium-sized tree with a wide conical open crown becoming spherical when maturing. Height up to 18 m, sometimes 25 m. The palmate leaves usually have 5, sometimes 7, loose leaflets. These are 15 cm across. The dark green leaf is only lightly hairy underneath, which is in contrast with the characteristically thick hairiness of A. flava f. vestita. In autumn it colours into yellow violet and the tree sheds its leaves relatively soon. The large fruits and young outgrowth are poisonous. Good tolerance to hard surfaces, but less tolerant to salt (for icy roads). Good hardiness and stands urban atmospheres.