Red Maple Tree

Red Maple Tree

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Red Maple Tree – Acer rubrum

Red Maple Tree are some of the most common trees in eastern North America and are known for their brilliant red and orange autumn foliage. Highly adaptable, they overgrow in a variety of soils and reach a mature height of 92 ft. Occurring naturally from Quebec to Florida, Minnesota to Texas. Tolerant to urbanization they make excellent shade trees in yards. Maple syrup can be manufactured from the sap.

Red Maple Tree is red all year.

During spring it will brighten up your garden with red flowers, in summer its new grown twigs are red, during fall its foliage has a reddish mixture of autumn colors, and in the winter small red buds decorate the leafless tree. This tree is the perfect choice for any garden that could use a splash of color. This species of maple is also known as Swamp Maple, Water Maple or Soft Maple - referring to the fact that this tree flourishes in moist areas. However, a little drought will not harm the Red Maple in the least, making this tree both beautiful and comfortable to keep.

Red Maple Tree is also unique as it can adapt well to all different types of soils. This is a lovely way to bring lots of bright color to a lawn or other landscape and these trees are a trendy one and is seen a lot planted on yards of homeowners. They provide lovely curb appeal as they mature. These trees are easily maintained and are easy to care for as they grow and develop. They are shipped to the consumers from this nursery in bare root form and are very easy to plant. The Red Maple is a deciduous tree native to North America. It is also the most abundant tree in the region. The tree reaches a height of 60 to 90 feet. The leaves of a mature tree will reach 9 to 11 centimeters in length. They are arranged on opposite sides on a twig. The twigs of the tree are reddish and have small lenticels. Also, dwarf shoots are always present on its branches. The bark of the tree is smooth and gray when the tree is young.

As it grows old, Red Maple Trees become darker and splits into raised plates.



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Red Maple Tree