Vine Maple (Acer circinatum)
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The leaves are packed around apples, rootcrops etc to help preserve them[18, 20].
The young shoots are quite pliable and are used in basket making. Straight shoots can be used to make open-work baskets.
A charcoal made from the wood can be mixed with oil and used as a black paint.
Wood – hard, heavy, durable, close-grained, strong according to some reports, but not strong according to others. Too small to be commercially important, the wood is used for cart shafts, tool handles, small boxes etc[46, 61, 82, 118, 226, 229, 257]. One report says that the wood is quite pliable and was used for making bows, snowshoe frames etc, whilst young saplings could be used as swings for baby cradles. The wood is almost impossible to burn when green and has served as a cauldron hook over the fire.
Cultivation & Habitat
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