Lobed Leaves

Trees with lobed leaves

The lobed leaves are ordered by low to strongly lobed!

Field Maple

The leaf of field maple is double lobed, with 3-5 blunt, rounded lobes. The leaves are 2-7 cm (1.2-2 in) long and 5-10 cm (2-3.9 in) broad. The leaf-margin is smooth. The petiole can be up to 9 cm (3.5 in) long. The fall foliage is yellow to red. Botanical name: Acer campestre

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Red Maple

The leaf of red maple is summer green with 3-5 palmate lobes. The leaf is 9-11 cm (3.5 - 4.3 in) long and wide. The leaf-margin is serrated. The leaf shape can vary greatly within the species. The autumn color is bright red. This tree is also called Swamp, Water or Soft Maple. Botanical name: Acer rubrum

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tulip tree

The leaf of tulip tree is almost rectangular and up to 15 cm (5,91 in) long. Characteristic are the four corners at end of leaf. The fall foliage is bright golden yellow. Botanical name: Liriodendron tulipifera

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Striped Maple

The leaf of striped maple is summer green, soft, with three forward-pointing lobes. The leaf is 8-15 cm (3.1-5.9 in) long and 6-12 cm (2.4-4.7 in) broad. In fall, the color changes to red tones. Botanical name: Acer pennsylvanicum

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Redvein Maple

The leaf of redvein maple is summer green, with 3-5 pointed lobes. The leaf is 8-16 cm (3.1-6.3 in) long and 6-16 cm (2.4-6.3 in) broad. The leaf-margin is double serrated. Autumn colours are yellow, bright orange and red. Botanical name: Acer rufinerve

Information about the Redvein Maple