Norway maple

Acer platanoides palmatifidum is a cultivar of Acer platanoides, commonly known as Norway maple. It is a deciduous tree that is native to Europe and western Asia but is widely cultivated in many parts of the world as an ornamental tree.

The leaves of Acer platanoides palmatifidum are deeply lobed, with five to seven lobes that are themselves deeply incised.

The leaf blades are bright green in color and can reach up to 20 cm in length. The bark of the tree is grayish-brown and smooth when young, but becomes more rough and fissured with age.

Acer platanoides palmatifidum is a relatively fast-growing tree that can reach a height of 15 to 20 meters when mature. It prefers full sun to partial shade and well-drained soils that are moist but not waterlogged. It is relatively tolerant of pollution and can be grown in urban environments.

In terms of cultivation, Acer platanoides palmatifidum is propagated by grafting or rooting cuttings. It is generally considered a low-maintenance tree and does not require pruning or fertilization if planted in appropriate growing conditions.

Overall, Acer platanoides palmatifidum is a popular cultivar of Norway maple that is known for its distinctive deeply-lobed leaves and relatively easy cultivation.