What is Acer aidzuense
Acer aidzuense or Karakogo kaede (Scientific name: Acer ginnala var. Aidzuense) is native to Japan, China and the Korean Peninsula, and is a maple of the family Sapindaceae. It grows naturally in a low mountain wetland. From late spring to summer, a small pale yellow-green small floral flower with amphoteric flowers and male flowers is blooming, extending the conical inflorescence from the branches. Red - stem petiole and young branches are conspicuous. Leaves turn red in autumn.
Common name: Acer aidzuense or Karakogo kaede, Scientific Name: Acer ginnala var. Aidzuense, Place of origin: Japan, China, Korean Peninsula, life type: deciduous broad-leaf small Takagi, leaf shape: 3 deep ovoid oval leaves: 5 to 15 cm Leaf margin: heavy saw teeth, leaf order: viable, leaf color: green → autumn leaves (autumn), amphoteric flowers + male flowers, inflorescence form: conical inflorescence, Flower color: light yellowish green, flowering period: May to July, fruit: wing fruit, use: garden tree, wood, leaves (tea, eye drops, dyes), branches (dyes), bark (for papermaking).