The underbrush is scanty; mountain maple is rather common, and there are a few young black ashes.
These two are the mountain maple and the striped maple or moosewood.
The mountain maple is another little tree quite as modest and retiring as its striped cousin.
mountain maple (Acer spicatum) is known also as moose maple, low maple, and water maple.
On the broader shelves the mountain maple, the silver birch, and the hobble-bush secure a precarious foothold.
A scanty undergrowth of mountain maple and numerous sugar maple seedlings is present.
The mountain maple—the nurserymen call it Acer spicatum—is another native of rather dwarf growth.