Definition of Acer circinatum
1. Noun. Small maple of northwestern North America having prostrate stems that root freely and form dense thickets.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Acer Circinatum
Literary usage of Acer circinatum
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1. The Trees of America: Native and Foreign, Pictorially and Botanically by Daniel Jay Browne (1846)
"The JV\ HE Acer circinatum, in its native country, attains a height of twenty Iw lobe. The flowers, which appear in April and May, are of a middling size, ..."
2. Field Book of American Trees and Shrubs: A Concise Description of the by Ferdinand Schuyler Mathews (1915)
"Acer circinatum, 314. Acer macrophyllum, 312. Acer Negundo, 310. Acer pennsylvanicum, 298. Acer platanoides, 312. Acer Pseudo-Platanus, 312. ..."
3. Ornamental Shrubs of the United States (hardy, Cultivated) by Austin Craig Apgar (1910)
"ROUND-LEAVED MAPLE (109) — Acer circinatum. D. Stems of leaves and fruit downy when young. JAPAN VISE MAPLE — Acer japonicum. •Leaves rounded and deeply ..."
4. Forest Trees of the Pacific Slope by George Bishop Sudworth (1908)
"Acer circinatum Pursh. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS. Vine maple is so called because of the often sprawling, crooked vine-like appearance and habit of its ..."