Maple Trees

Maple Trees

Maple trees come in wide range of colors, sizes, and shapes. There are some maple trees that can be used as privacy trees or shade trees, while others can be used as a focal point or landscaping accent piece. They are easy to care for and can be grown across most of the United States.

The acer rubrum trees like the Brandywine and October Glory can grow up to 50 feet tall and have beautiful green leaves that may change color in the fall. It is common mistake to think that all maples leaves change to their vibrant red color. Maples like the October Glory can turn a yellow to orange.

The Brandywine is a tad smaller with a height of 35 feet tall at maturity. When the temperatures drop the leaves turn to a dark red or purple color like the name suggests.

The Autumn Blaze is known for its fast growth rate and bright red fall color. It is the most popular of all our maple trees. It makes an excellent lawn, park, or street tree.

The Bloodgood Japanese Maple is a dwarf tree that is used in landscaping and for good reason! This ornamental tree only grows to 20 feet tall at maturity and can be seen in many home landscapes as a statement piece.

Whichever choice you make when you buy a maple tree, know that a strong tree has been grown on our nursery to be transplanted into your home and yard. These are grafted trees that we guarantee will result in a stronger, healthier tree. Learn how to plant a maple tree.

All maples are tolerant of a range of soil sites and planting conditions. They like moist yet well drained soil and full sun to partial shade. They are flexible to many landscapes and a great addition to any yard.

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