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Maple Trees

We have a large selection of maple trees for sale. Maple trees are fast-growing trees with vibrant fall foliage. We have made it easy to navigate and search through all the different types of maples we sell by creating an extensive directory of maple species with pictures and detailed descriptions. You'll also see how much each tree costs so you know if you're getting a good deal or not. This is one of the easiest ways to find your perfect tree!

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Maple Trees

Top Maple Trees Loved By Many

Maple trees are among the most popular trees for their beautiful leaves that generally change color in the fall. There are many different types of maple trees, making it possible to get just the one you want for your property.

Red Maple - A Towering Tree That has Vibrant Fall Foliage and Provides Many Decades of Shade and Beauty

The red maple is a beloved member of the maple family that has a number of red aspects. They have red in their flowers, in their twigs, and even in their seeds. They are also known for their bright red color in the fall. The red maple is highly adaptable and can be planted in wet areas, and will even grow in clay and in swamps. It is sought-after for the many different soil types that it will grow in. It will also grow at various elevations and with varying moisture and pH levels. It has very minimal needs and generally grows without much intervention. In the spring, it has small, unusual-looking red flowers, and its sap can be used to make syrup.

Sugar Maple

The sugar maple is known for its beautiful shape, round to oval, as well as the colors it displays in the fall. Sugar maples can turn orange, gold, and red in the fall. Cultivated trees can grow to be as tall as 60 to 75 feet. It's a great tree for providing shade, and it is long-lived. It's also slow-growing, so it's great to have a young sugar maple in landscaping. Canada's national symbol is this leaf, and it grows well throughout the eastern portion of the U.S. and Canada. As the name suggests, this is a high-sugar species that have sap that can be turned into syrup.

Scarlet Maple

The scarlet maple is well-named, as this tree has a scarlet color in the fall. It starts out bright green, then turns bright red at the end of the season. After that, it turns gold and orange before losing its leaves. The fiery color makes this tree an extremely showy type of maple. It can be planted in urban conditions, and it has sturdy branches that aren't often damaged when there are high winds. In the early spring, it releases winged, red-tinted seeds. It makes a wonderful shade tree.

Silver Maple Tree Is The Fastest Growing of All Maple Trees

The silver maple is so named because its leaves are green on top, and underneath are a shade of silvery-white. When the wind blows, you see areas of silver here and there, blowing in the breeze. It is a hardy tree that can be planted in a wide range of soil types. It can grow to be as tall as 50 to 80 feet. It's a fast-growing tree, so it's great to plant for shade. In the fall, the green of the leaves turns light yellow. This tree grows in the general shape of a vase. It has great coloring that is beautiful from the spring through the late fall.