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Silver Maple Live Stakes - Package Of 100

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Size 1-2'

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Nate Gersen
Silver Maple Live Stakes

This is a wonderful addition to our yard.

Silver maple live stakes are among the more attractive. The leaves on this tree are triangular, with points surrounding them. These leaves are otherwise quite beautiful. They are green for most of the year but change to yellow during the fall months. Their trunk is relatively narrow and is among the thinnest compared to other trees.

This tree can grow to about 40 feet in height. You can place it in your front or backyard to make it part of your landscaping. However, it would help if you had a large enough yard, as it will need some space to grow and develop.

Silver Maple Live Stakes are Relatively Fast-Growing Deciduous Trees

It is often found along waterways and in wetlands. This tree is highly adaptable. It is beloved for the shiny undersides of its leaves that ripple and sparkle when the wind blows and the shiny hues of its bark when it's young. Even the flowers are shiny. But what gardeners love about this tree is that it grows incredibly fast. When fully grown, it can grow to 50 to 80 feet with a 35—to 50-foot spread and grows over two feet yearly.

It has an extensive root system and should be planted where its roots can spread without interfering with septic tanks, underground plumbing, or utility lines. It prefers deep, fertile, moist soil with an acid pH. A healthy one can withstand flooding and drought.

Silver Maple Live Stakes Foliage Turns A Sunny Yellow In Fall

The red, gold, and shiny flowers open in the earliest spring before the leaves. The fruit called samaras has twisted, wide-spread wings. It is 3 inches long and is the largest of any North American type. The leaves have beautiful, shiny undersides in the growing season and turn red and mustard yellow in the fall.

They are 3 to 6 inches long, deeply lobed and cut, and have hairs along the veins. When the tree is young, the bark is smooth. Though the most common type has a vase-shaped habit, one type has graceful, weeping branches. Silver Maple Live Stakes prefers full sun to part shade, though it may be one of the tallest trees in the neighborhood at maturity.

Silver Maple Live Stakes  Reaches Up To 82 Feet Tall

These deciduous trees grow relatively fast. Upon maturity, they generally reach a height between 49 and 82 feet. The leaf spread will typically grow to between 36 and 49 feet wide. This type is a native of North America that usually develops in wetlands, rivers, and other areas with damp soil.

The leaves are simple, meaning they do not grow in clusters. They have palmate veins and five lobes. Between each of the nodes are deep-angled notches. Underneath the leaves is a soft, shiny texture. In the autumn, this tree turns pale yellow. They are used to Establish a mature tree.

These trees are a Great Windbreaker and Cover for Birds. The tree leaves have five lobes each and are covered with teeth. They have reddish-brown fruit that attracts many kinds of birds in the spring. This deciduous tree puts on a yellow during fall. They are not tolerant of clay soils but like the full sun.

Birds Love The Silver Maple Live Stakes

This tree is a great windbreaker and cover for birds. The silver maple live stakes is also a deer and squirrel attractant. It is considered softwood, meaning holes can form in it, giving shelter to small mammals like squirrels and rabbits. Many wildlife animals thrive on these trees because they can call them home and feel safe in them.

The leaves are dark green and can grow up to 3 inches long. The flowers are green and yellow and bloom in the spring months. They can adapt quickly to many different soil types but prefer moist, well-drained soil. This tree is great to use as an ornamental tree or planted alone for an accent piece.