Mountain maple, or sometimes called Moose maple, is a deciduous shrub-like small tree native to the eastern provinces, growing 2-8m tall often with multiple stems. The leaves are 3-5 lobed with coarse toothed edges. It enjoys rich, well drained soils and rocky hillsides near to sources of water. It can often be found in cliffsides, ravines and forested bogs.
Germination: Soak in water for 24 hours. Cold stratify for 90-120 days. Plant 2-3cm deep in a well mulched soil bed.
Packet contains at least 25 seeds.