The maple (Acer platanoides) is an easily cultivated tree in our conditions with a wide range of horticultural uses. The leaves have a reddish-brown color when sprouting, followed by a green color, and in autumn they turn yellow. They are 4-8 cm in size. The bipeds are protruding almost horizontally. Borka is dark gray. It is advisable to plant it as a garden solitaire or in a group.
The Faassen's Black cultivar grows to a height of about 15 meters and a width of about 8 meters in adulthood. It has a dense, irregular crown of broadly conical shape. The leaves are bright red in spring, and the color darkens during the year. In autumn, it turns orange.
Demands: Grows in any soil, preferably moist, but after good rooting can handle the drought. In more acidic soil it will offer more colorful colors in the fall. It does not suffer from pests or diseases that could significantly endanger it. Fully frost-resistant to approx. -34 ° C.