- Plant listed for information only. Not currently being sold at Garden Centers
This Maple is perfect for a small garden! Its light green leaves are round, wide and lobed offering superb cover and nesting sites for many native birds. Small white flowers bloom in early April providing early nectar for local native bees and butterflies. Amazingly colorful fall foliage show!
Superb fall color with up to 4 colors on one tree!
A perfect cover tree near a bird feeder!
Large round leaves create a superb formal look
Performs best in the landscape in a cool, moist area
Perfect for small garden spaces
A nectar source for Western Tiger Swallowtail
Moist, wooded, coastal areas from British Columbia south to California.
Map Credit: The Biota of North America MAP KEY: Green (native), Teal (native, adventive), Blue (present), Yellow (present & rare), Red (extinct)
Coast Salish people traditionally used the vine maple for fishing net frames while the lower Thompson people have used it for making snowshoes and cradle frames. Coastal Native Americans have boiled the bark of its roots to make a tea for colds.