Sugar Maple Tree

Sugar Maple Tree

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 Sugar Maple Tree – Acer saccharum

The Sugar Maple Tree is most widely known for its sugar-rich sap, which is boiled and concentrated down into maple syrup. Its vibrant seasonal colors and the full range of soil types make it an excellent choice as shade trees along streets and yards. They reproduce and can reach a mature height of 98 ft. They are widespread across eastern North America from Nova Scotia to Georgia, to Minnesota and Texas.

Sugar Maple Tree is a fast growing vibrant fall foliage tree.

Its origin lies in the forests of North America. This species of Maple will not only provide shade to your garden, but because of its high tolerance for shade, it is also very well suited for gardens in less sunny areas. Though deep green in summer, its known for the bright mixture of autumn colors during fall. As its name may suggest, it is the primary source for producing maple syrup. The Sugar Maple can become quite tall, reaching heights up to 115 feet tall. The also has a slightly higher growth rate compared to the standard Sugar Maple and is known to be more robust as well, dealing more efficiently with different soils and weather patterns.

Sugar Maple Trees are spectacular as they grow to become very large and stately looking.

They are amazing to supply beautiful colors all year round and is very adaptable to a variety of soils. They are extremely easy to grow almost anywhere they are planted. They do fantastic when planted in climate zones four through nine and area also called Acer Saccharum for the botanical name. They also bring a variety of birds and small wildlife such as squirrels to areas also as they grow and mature. This tree is lovely to bring beautiful curb appeal to a lovely lawn or other landscape. They are shipped in the bare root form and are extremely easy to plant. This tree is trendy among gardeners and landscapers.

Sugar Maple Tree