Lovely When It Blooms Red
Lovely When It Blooms Red
Can’t wait to get planted and for spring to see them start growing
Received the Red Maple tree in very good condition 12-3-20 and planted it the next day. Time will tell if I'm completely satisfied. The odds are I will be.
beautiful color in fall.
I got a stick in the mail. I assume it’ll grow in the spring. It was a very well packaged stick.
I only gave a 4 because I don’t know if they will live. I got 10 last year and 5 survived. Hope I have a better rate this year.
They came in great shape. I put them out on Saturday. Can't wait for spring.
These are amazing.
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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 is 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 receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.
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Red Maple Tree – Acer rubrumis a Highly Adaptable Deciduous
Red Maple Tree is 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 great shade trees in yards. Maple syrup can be manufactured from the sap.
Red Maple Tree is a Great Splash of Color for your Garden
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.
The Red Maple Tree is a species of deciduous tree that is native to the eastern United States. It is one of the most abundant trees and North America and is commonly used in neighborhood and backyard landscaping. Red Maples are a medium-sized tree that produces green leaves that turn bright red in the fall season. You can expect this tree to grow to be roughly 90 to 120 feet tall. One of the top advantages of growing a Red Maple Tree is that it is quite resilient and is adaptive to a variety of climates. Red Maples can be found in swaps, dry soil, and pretty much any environment in between.
Once you have planted a Red Maple Tree within your landscape setting, there is little additional care needed on your part. You can water the tree occasionally, but it is not necessary. These trees are known for their resilience and will easily adapt you your yard. If you live in an area with strong winds, you may consider using a post to support your tree until it is fully grown. Red Maples are a striking shade of scarlet in the fall and are one of the simplest trees to take care of.
Red Maple trees or swamp maple, are the most common trees found on the eastern side of North America. The Red Maple can be seen growing from the eastern border of the United States to as far west as Eastern Texas and thrives all the way from Florida to the Canadian border. It is even the state tree of Rhode Island.
Once full-grown, it can reach 70 feet or more in height, and turns a brilliant red color in the autumn. It also has delicate red flower buds in the spring, and new leaves often have a hint of red visible as well, earning the tree its name across multiple seasons. This tree flourishes in hardiness zones 3-9 and can grow quickly from year to year, with up to two feet in growth each year.
This tree is particularly hardy and is tolerant of many soil types and climates, which is not surprising given the vast numbers found in North America. However, it does ideally enjoy having full sunlight and moist soil. While it spreads quickly in new wood forests, in older forests more shade-loving trees tend to keep the numbers of Red Maple in check. Rabbits, squirrels, and deer all can gain nourishment from this versatile tree, but it can be poisonous to horses, so it is better to keep it away from horse pastures.