Acer Sacaharum is a species native to the forests of North America from Western Nova Scotia to Southern Ontario, and South to Georgia and Texas. The tree can reach from 82 to 115 feet high. After five years you can expect the tree to grow to approximately 15 feet. Closely associated with the Black Maple and often confused with the Norway Maple, this trees beauty really stands out in a crowd. It is also among the most shade tolerant of the large deciduous trees and also is a very important producer of sap for Canada.
Property color and beauty will be enhanced with a Green Mountain Sugar Maple - Acer saccharum
This tree will make a great shade tree for the family to enjoy during those hot summer months. The Green Mtn Sugar Maple Tree will also attract several varieties of birds and wildlife, and will add a burst of color during autumn months.
Green Mountain Sugar Maple - Acer saccharum will add beauty to your home.
Zone 4-9 Mature Height: 40-50 ft. Mature Width: 30-40 ft. Growth/Year: 1-2 ft. Sunlight: Full sun to Partial Shade Soil Conditions: Well drained, highly adaptable to various soils
Botanical Name: Green Mountain Sugar Maple - Acer saccharum
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