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Sugar Maple Tree


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Latin Name- Acer Saccharum Hardy Planting Zone- 4-9 Mature Height- 82-115 ft Width- 25-30 Sun or Shade- Partial Shade

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Sugar Maple Trees, Acer saccharumSugar Maple's leaves turn to shades of red, orange, and yellow during Autumn. This tree is beautiful to look at but is also used to harvest maple syrup. The branches of the tree are reddish-brown and are very slim. The buds on the tree are also small in size. This tree produces greenish-yellow flowers and a fruit called a double samara. Sugar maple trees are among the most stunning when it comes to fall foliage. Their crimson or orange leaves make them immensely popular landscaping choices. In fact, the sugar maple is one of the most popular trees used in parks because it is relatively fast-growing, is quite easy to transplant and has charming looks. The sugar maple is the primary source of maple syrup. The fruit is described as being wing-shaped. The tree itself is firmly ensconced in U.S. culture; it's the state tree of Wisconsin, West Virginia, Vermont and New York. Without a doubt, a sugar maple tree would be an excellent and pleasing addition to your landscaping. These trees are gorgeous as to the amount of color they provide in spring, summer and especially during the fall as the leaves are a beautiful golden and orange in color.

 

When the autumn time comes to the leaves on this tree turn to shades of red, orange, and yellow. This tree is beautiful to look at but is also used to harvest maple syrup. The branches of the tree are reddish-brown and are very slim. The buds on the tree are also small in size. This tree produces greenish-yellow flowers and a fruit called a double samara. Sugar maple trees are among the most stunning when it comes to fall foliage. Their crimson or orange leaves make them immensely popular landscaping choices. In fact, the sugar maple is one of the most popular trees used in parks because it is relatively fast-growing, is quite easy to transplant and has charming looks. The sugar maple is the primary source of maple syrup.

 

The Sugar Maple Tree is a slow-growing maple
The fruit is described as being wing-shaped. The tree itself is firmly ensconced in U.S. culture; it's the state tree of Wisconsin, West Virginia, Vermont and New York. Without a doubt, a sugar maple tree would be an excellent and pleasing addition to your landscaping.

 

 

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