A fun new selection of Norway maple that we finally decided to name and introduce after numerous favorable comments and more than a decade's worth of trial and evaluation. The original plant was selected as a seedling from a witches' broom that was discovered by the late Dr. Sid Waxman. Over the years our plant has developed a perfectly symmetrical rounded framework of tightly spaced branches. Each stem is cloaked with classic-sized, deep green leaves that stack tightly against one another. Though the straight species shows invasive qualities this selection has yet to display any flower structures or seeds. Plants are notably slower growing than the species and average perhaps 6" of growth annually. Ultimate proportions are still unknown yet we anticipate mature plants are capable of reaching 12-15' high and wide when mature.