Maple Trees

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  • 5
    It’s a beautiful red in the fall

    Posted by John Gibbons on Dec 25, 2020

    I planted mine and then fall it turned bright red I am 100% satisfied thank you

  • 5
    Maple Trees

    Posted by Sabrina Crabtree on Aug 29, 2019

    this is a great selection of trees

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Maple Trees are Vibrant Fall Foliage Producers 

 Maple Trees are an Excellent Choice for Shade Coverage

Maple Trees, known as Red Maple Trees, are notorious for their dazzling fall colors.

The Red Maple (Acer rubrum) is commonly found throughout the midwestern and southern United States. There are a few everyday things found in the varieties of the red maples.

If you are accustomed to evening walks around your neighborhood. You discover yourself continually eyeing the sidewalk and watching for cracks in the sidewalks or where one part of the street is higher than the other. To ignore the road, you may find your fall trip leaving you with a scraped-up knee.

These red maple trees maybe some of the culprits. The red maples possess a shallow root system. It is not unusual for some of its more massive roots to be near the surface. This can be detrimental to keeping a sidewalk flat and stable.

This tree is brilliant for attracting wildlife. If you are a fan of watching the squirrels scamper around the yard, these trees are superb. The silver maple is probably more noted for its ability to attract squirrels; the red maple trees are not far behind.

On a smaller scale, the red maple is cultivated for its syrup. The sugar maple is more common for this. Some will swear that the syrup in the red maple is just as tasty as the sugar maple. As for the majority, the red maple is best as a shade and decorative tree or even bonsai art.

There are three common varieties of red maples which have massive demand in the United States. Two of the types are true red maples. The third is the hybrid red maple.

Maple Trees, known as Red Sunset Maples, have star-shaped leaves and are oval-shaped.

Red Sunset is sometimes confused with the October red maple. The two trees are different trees. The red sunset maple botanically referred to like the Acer rubrum "Franks red." This tree has an upright oval shape to it. The leaves are star-shaped.

The root system of this tree is shallow. This may cause problems with the sidewalk. It does make a good street border tree if there is no sidewalk. It is fast-growing and therefore makes an ideal tree to use for that empty lawn.

This tree is very hardy and able to be planted in a wide variety of soil types. One of the things favored by the tree is how resistant it is to the hot summers. It is an excellent tree for the Midwest and the northern USA. Fret not if you live in the southern USA. Its co-partner is many times the favored tree for the south.

Maple Trees known as October Glory Maples have ovate leaves

Botanically known as Acer rubrum, "October glory" is very similar to the red sunset. The shape of the tree gives a round, oval shape. The leaf shape is more ovate.

It is a fast-growing tree that is common among maples. The root system is slow growing but can have large shallow roots, which may not be friendly with sidewalks. It is ideal for sunny areas. You can also grow in full or partial shade. Pruning is needed to build a stable structure for the tree and is recommended in the red sunset maple.

Maple Trees, known as the Autumn Blaze red maple, are hybrid trees.

It is a cross of red and silver maple. It is the most requested tree in the USA. The shape of this maple is a combination of both the October glory red maple and the red sunset. Its way is oval/round and upright. This tree has an ovate leaf which provides an impressive show in the fall. This is when the color of the leaves will change to yellow, red, or orange. The leaves on the autumn blaze red maple last longer than other red maples.

Like the real red maples, it is recommended to prune this tree to make it more sturdy. This tree has low surface roots, so it is also a common enemy to sidewalks. It is a fast grower. Therefore, it is a plus when you need shade in the summer.

It's an excellent choice for a shade tree. Whether you are trying to choose between the autumn blaze red maple, the October glory red maple, or that of the red sunset, if it is a shade tree, you need a preference for a fast-growing tree. Any of the trees will meet that requirement. They are all similar in their dazzling fall shows. That never seems to disappoint.

Maple Trees will make a stunning addition to any landscape or garden. It is effortless to grow and adaptable to sunlight needs, and adaptable to many types of soils, as long as the drainage is good. These trees produce a whitish bloom and add a hint of elegance to any area where it is planted. The foliage will turn beautiful yellow, orange, or red shades in the autumn before falling off.

 

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