Red Maple Tree is an attractive tree that is in the eastern and central North America, which include, Florida and Minnesota
Red Maple tree is used for commercial uses such as lumber and the production of maple syrup
The maple 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 has the ability to prosper in many different areas
The Red Maple developed roots to suit its site from a young age, which gives the tree the ability to prosper in a large number of 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.
This 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.
Red Maple Tree