Acer tataricum 'GarAnn'

Acer tataricum ‘GarAnn’

Small tree or large shrub, similar to Acer ginnala in size and features. Dense habit, larger leaves with small lobes. Improved selection of species and the samaras turn scarlet-red in midsummer providing an interesting contrast against the green background of leaves. Yellow-orange fall foliage color and a more uniform growth habit than species. Excellent small tree for planting beneath utility wires and more tolerant of alkaline soils than Amur maple.

Plant Height at Maturity

15 feet

Plant Width at Maturity

10 feet

Growth Rate


Growth Habit


Landscape Uses

Hedge | Ornamental Specimen | Boulevard Tree

Environmental Features

Water-wise | Bird Habitat | Wildlife Forage Source

Tough Sites

Alkaline Soil | Compacted Soil | Urban Conditions | High Wind

Seasonal Interest

Fall Color | Summer Flowering

Flower Color