- Flower nameMono maple
- Scientific nameAcer pictum subsp. mono
- Aliasトキワカエデ, 板屋楓, 常盤楓, painted maple , mono maple
- Place of originKorea, Mongolia, China and Japan
- Place of floweringLow mountains
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Mono maple
Mono maple or painted maple , scientific name: Acer pictum subsp. mono, is a deciduous tree of the genus Acer native to China and Mongolia, Korea and Kyushu from Hokkaido of Japan. Tree diameters is 60-100 cm. In the unifoliate leaves, palmate leaves are from green to yellow in the fall. Spring blooms small yellow flowers in corymbs. From late summer to early fall consists of winged. Usage for this tree is wood, decorative materials, utensils, musical instruments and applications.
Generic name: Mono maple, scientific name: Acer pictum subsp., aka : painted maple, mono maple , origin: Korea, Mongolia, China and Japan in Kyushu from Hokkaido, environment: mountain, height: 10-20 m, tree diameter: 1 m, leaf, leaf length: 10 cm, leaf width: 5-10 cm, leaf: 5-7 crack to palmate, leaf margin: entire rim, Leaf color: from green to yellow in the autumn of deciduous, flowers form: corymbs, flowering period: April-May, flower color: pale yellow, number of stamens: 8, fruit type: winged and winged fruit length: 1.5-2.5 cm, fruiting period: August-September, applications: wood, decorative materials, utensils, musical instruments.