Acer platanoides f. drummondii is a cultivar of the Norway maple tree (Acer platanoides). It is also known as the Drummond's variegated Norway maple or the Variegated Norway maple.
This cultivar is known for its striking foliage, which features green leaves with creamy-white edges. The variegation is most prominent in the spring and early summer, but the leaves may turn entirely green as they mature. In the autumn, the leaves turn a brilliant yellow before falling off.
The Drummond's variegated Norway maple is a medium-sized deciduous tree that typically grows to a height of 40-50 feet (12-15 meters) and a spread of 25-35 feet (8-11 meters). It is hardy in USDA zones 4-7 and prefers full sun to partial shade and moist, well-drained soil.
This cultivar is often used as an ornamental tree in parks, gardens, and along streetscapes. It is also sometimes planted as a shade tree or for its attractive foliage. However, it can be invasive in some areas and is not recommended for planting in certain regions.