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Shrubs ( Shrubs with Dissected or Maple-Like Leaves and Smooth Stems )
Maple Family (Aceraceae)

Douglas Maple
Acer glabrum

Season: Spring
Habitat:
 Streambeds
Height:
 1.5-3.5 m.

Description: This tall shrub is found along streambeds, and along sheltered ravines. Its maple-like leaf has three main lobes, with two smaller lobes that are indistinct. The alternate leaves are 7.5-10 cm across, dark green above and grayish-green below. Occasionally, the notches in the leave become deep enough to create leaflets rather than a maple-style leaf. In fall, the leaves turn a dull red colour.

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