Red Maple Tree

  • Red Maple Tree
  • Red Maple Tree

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    Red Maple Tree

    Posted by Alice Kramer on Jan 28, 2022

    Exactly a good tree that deserve to grow in your garden. Makes a good shade in your garden.

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    Red Maple Tree

    Posted by Jeffery Mayo on Aug 29, 2019

    This is a wonderful addition to our yard. Looks great where I planted it.

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    Fast Shipping

    Posted by Logan Jones on Mar 14, 2018

    Let talk about some fast shipping. This website is very good about getting you fast shipping when you really need it. I order my pants from here and never have any problems with shipping.

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We dig fresh our plants and ship immediately. We ship US Mail, Priority shipping. You will receive a tracking number once your plants ship. All plants will be fine in their packages for up to 3 days after receiving.

How We Protect Your Plants For Transit

We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.

Upon Receipt Of Your Plants

Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.

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Red Maple Tree is an Attractive Deciduous 

The red Maple tree is found ins swamps on severe, dry soil and in between. The Red Maple can grow at a sea level of 3,000 ft. The Red Maple trees are used to collect maple syrup. The tree can grow from a medium to a large, and the height can range from 90 ft to 115 ft. The tree's bark is gray when growing, and as the tree grows, it becomes dark as well as cracks.

Some flowers grow on the Red Maple also. These flowers will appear from April to May. The blooming of the tree will occur at eight years old. The fruit that this tree bear is a samara. They typically grow in pairs are the color will range from light brown to reddish. The Samara ripens from April to June. The foliage on this tree can provide shade for landscapes.

This Maple can grow in different types of soil. The soils range from granite, schist, sandstone, slate, limestone, and more. The soil needs to consider the moisture, ph., elevation, and textures. The Red Maple has been called a "super-generalist." It is called that because it was once predicted to replace the dominant species of trees.

 

A red maple tree is used for Commercial uses such as Lumber and the Production of Maple Syrup.

 

The Maple is also considered to be good firewood. If you are thinking of planting a Red Maple, there are some steps to follow. First, find a wet area with the sun or partial shade. The soil must be acid to neutral. Sprinkle the red maples before the ground dries. Two to three inches of organic mulch will keep the moist soil longer. The Red Maple does not need fertilization.

The tree is one of the most common deciduous trees in eastern North America. Most varieties reach a height of 50' at maturity, and all are aptly named: the flowers, twigs, and even seeds of the Red Maple are varying degrees of red! However, it is most commonly known for its vibrant red autumn foliage.

 Red Maple Trees have new leaves with green and bits of red and turn to a magnificent red (and sometimes gold!) in the fall. The green stems even turn red in winter! Spectacular coloring aside, the leaves of the Red Maple are easy to distinguish: they are deciduous and arranged oppositely on the twig. Small red flowers appear in the spring and bear samara fruits from April to June (even while leaves are still developing).

Red Maple Tree can prosper in many different areas.

This tree developed roots to suit its site from a young age, giving the tree the ability to prosper in many areas. While it prefers moisture in the soil (thriving in poorly drained, wet areas), it is tolerant of many soil conditions, which is one of the many reasons people love to plant the Red Maple.

It is a great shade tree for any home. This tree looks great in the summer and provides that cooling shade from the sun. This plant also looks fantastic in the fall when its colors turn and become a beautiful red coloration. The height of This maximum tree is 15-25 ft high. This plant also prefers full sunlight to partial sunlight to grow to its best. This tree is elementary to grow and can survive summer droughts. It even grows at a fast rate of 4-5 ft. a year.

Maple Tree is a Fast Growing Deciduous

Maple Trees- Acer.

This tree is a fast-growing tree. Maple Tree prefers full sun or full shade; Maple Tree can live up to 200 years. Maple Trees can grow up to 8 feet per year.

These Trees are Long Lifespan Trees. The first advantage is the antioxidants inside the maple tree. These antioxidants are essential for a person to have a healthy life; because they can neutralize the free radicals in the body.

The second benefit is that a person will have a healthy heart; because of the zinc inside the maple syrup. Zinc helps to protect and prevent a variety of different cardiovascular disorders. It can also help enhance the endothelial cells' performance by protecting them from any excess cholesterol damage.

The third benefit of having a maple tree is male health. Maple syrup can help in a male's reproductive system; because of the minerals found inside the maple syrup. It is beneficial for a person's prostate gland. When there is an increase of these metals in the body, a person will have less chance of having specific disorders like prostate cancer. Therefore, when the guy is having reproduction problems, the doctor recommends that they eat more foods with these minerals.

The fourth benefit of having a maple tree is the immune system. The zinc inside the maple syrup can help produce white blood cells. Therefore, the immune system will be able to respond to diseases a lot better. A supplement of these minerals is the only way a person can restore these levels to the idea they should be. Maple syrup has magnesium and zinc in it so, which can help to strengthen the immune system.

 

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