A tall-growing tree with pretty, large green leaves. The leaves are almost identical to the well-known, red-leaved variety 'Trompenburg'. The difference is in colour. The foliage is dark green with lighter undertones. The autumn colours are orange and yellow tones.
An interesting, vigorous tree can reach a full size of about 8 m high.
Should be grown in moist but well-drained soil. Leaf colour is best in partial shade but the full sun can be tolerated.
Like all Maples, this one is very easy to maintain. It doesn't require any pruning routine. Remove any dead or damaged branches. The best time to prune is the late autumn or winter when the plant is fully dormant.
In spring you may add a top dressing of a multi-purpose fertiliser or organic matter around the base of the plant.