5 leaflets, topside dark green, underside grey, circa 15 cm
slender upright panicles, yellow red, June
smooth, light brown, irregular crop
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south-eastern of North America
This variety reaches a little bit higher than the species, but remains clearly smaller than the A. pavia 'Atrosanguinea'. Forms a tall shrub to average-sized tree with a round, thick crown. The lightly haired twigs have buds that are non-sticky. The underside of the short-stalked leaves is conspicuously grey-velvety haired. The topside is mat shiny and dark green. They reach up to 15 cm across and they have 5 leaflets, palmatifid-compound. The leaves are shed early in autumn. The yellow red flowers appear in upright panicles up to 20 cm in length. The tree thrives best in slightly moist soil. Good hardiness but susceptible to salt (for icy roads). Intolerant to hard surfaces.