Acer saccharinum

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Acer saccharinum L.

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Ordre Sapindales
Famille Sapindaceae
Genre Acer

2n =

Origine :

sauvage et cultivé

Français
Anglais


Résumé des usages


Description

Noms populaires

Classification

Acer saccharinum L. (1753)

synonymes :

  • Acer album hort. ex G. Nicholson (1881) "albua"
  • Acer dasycarpum Ehrh. (1789)

Cultivars

Histoire

Usages

SILVER MAPLE. SOFT MAPLE. WHITE MAPLE. North America. The sap will make sugar of good quality but less in quantity than the sugar maple[1]. Sugar is made from this species, says Loudon[2], in districts where the tree abounds, but the produce is not above half that obtained from the sap of the sugar maple. Sturtevant, Notes on edible plants, 1919.

  1. Hough, F. B. Elem. For. 237, 238. 1882.
  2. Loudon, J. C. Arb. Frut. Brit. I:424. 1854

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