Sugar Maple Seedlings

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    Sugar Maple Seedlings

    Posted by Charlie Hyde on Aug 30, 2019

    These look great where I planted them.

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We dig plants when your order is received, and ship immediately via US Priority Mail. You will receive a tracking number via email when plants are shipped. All plants are packed to be safe in their packages for up to 3 days after receipt.

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 provides 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 receipt unless weather prohibits. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water daily for the first week after planting.


Sugar Maple Seedlings are known for their Ecstatic Maple Syrup and Thick Lumber

The Sugar Maple Seedlings (Acer Saccharum), also known as the Rock Maple, is a deciduous tree grown for its syrup, thick lumber, and beautiful colors. It is one of North America's most loved trees and is the reason for New England's reputation for its spectacular fall color.

Native to Missouri, the Sugar Maple tree grows in hardy zones of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. It is growing in hardwood forests in Eastern Canada from Nova Scotia to Western Quebec and South from Ontario to South Eastern Manitoba. It also increases in the Lakewood area and the Northern parts of North America from New York to West Virginia and Vermont.

Sugar Maple Seedlings thrive the best in full to partial sun, with at least four hours per day of direct/ unfiltered sunlight. They need to be in well-drained soil that has alkaline in it and that is acidic. If in proper soil and light, the Sugar Maple will grow at a moderate rate of one to two feet per year, as its fastest-growing rates are during its first 35 years. Sugar maple trees will be between 40' and 80' tall at maturity, with the possibility of growing to 100' tall, and will measure 30' to 60' across.

Sugar Maple Seedlings are a Very Aesthetically Pleasing Tree

Its leaves come in 3-5 lobes that are 3"-6" wide and that are dark green during the summer and change from green to yellow to burnt orange, to red during the fall and early winter months; The Sugar Maple flowers from early April through the end of May. It has small green flowers that grow in groups that hang downward on slender stems. When the leaves start to change color in the autumn, the tree produces 'helicopter' winged seed pods.

With its vibrant, showy colors, and enormous size, there's no wonder why the Sugar Maple is one of the United States' most loved trees.

If you are in drought-prone areas in the summer months, you will have to give this tree water. The sugar maple tree is loved by many because of the bright red and orange leaves that it produces during the fall months. This tree is often a show stopper among people who drive by. You will love having this tree in your yard. It is easy to grow and will last for many, many years.

The Sugar Maple Seedlings have a lot of close relatives, such as the Bigtooth Maple. Some botanists even classify Bigtooth Maple as a subspecies of the Sugar Maple. However, it is the Norway Maple that Sugar Maple is often confused about. Ironically, they are not closely related when it comes to genus. It is easy to identify a Sugar Maple from a Norway Maple if you know what to look for. Sugar Maple has a clear sap, while Norway Maple has white-colored sap. Sugar Maple has brown sharp-tipped buds, while the Norway Maple has more green or reddish tipped buds. The leaf lobes of Sugar maple are more in a triangle shape, while Norway Maple has more squarish leaf lobes.

Sugar Maple Seedlings have lots of uses.

It is one of the most critical trees in Canada because of the sap, which is the primary ingredient in making maple syrup. It is possible to make Maple syrup from other kinds of tree sap. However, the sugar content in Sugar Maple is the highest among the species, and other trees produce a more cloudy sap.


One of the best things about Sugar Maple is the wood that it produces. Sugar Maple wood is one of the densest and hardest. The wood is often used as flooring or furniture, making it highly prized by woodworkers and woodcrafters.


Any decent bowling pins and bowling alleys are made from Sugar Maple wood. Wood is also used in most basketball courts. The wood flooring that is used in the NBA is manufactured from Sugar Maple. In the baseball league, Sugar Maple baseball bats are prevalent. Most skateboards are made of Sugar Maple wood. Sugar Maple wood is also used in making musical instruments like the sides and back of violins, guitar necks, and drum shells.


If you are interested in buying a Sugar Maple tree for your home, then you can hardly go wrong with it. The tree is often a favorite when it comes to being a garden tree or street tree. The tree is fast-growing, easy to transplant, easy to propagate, and produces beautiful colors in the fall. Sugar Maple can develop in any soil, even if it is sandy, as long as it is not very dry. Loose or light clay soils are also known to support the tree. This makes Sugar Maple a viable option for homeowners living in an area with loose or light clay soils. However, the best medium for rooting for the tree is a rooted well-drained loam.

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