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(Norway Maple, Royal Red Norway Maple)

Norway maple is a fast-growing deciduous shade tree native to Europe but naturalized in the United States and other areas. The cultivar 'Royal Red' has red-purple leaves that keep their color all season. It forms a relatively compact, rounded tree. The clustered yellow-green flowers – which are more abundant and conspicuous than those of many maples – are followed by winged brown seeds.

Norway maple is very tolerant of a wide range of sites and conditions but does best in locations with full...

(Norway Maple, Superform Norway Maple)

Norway maple is a fast-growing deciduous shade tree native to Europe but naturalized in the United States and other areas. The cultivar 'Superform' grows rapidly into a straight-trunked, oval-crowned tree. The leathery dark green leaves go yellow in fall. Clustered yellow-green flowers – which are more abundant and conspicuous than those of many maples – appear in spring, followed by winged brown seeds.

Norway maple is very tolerant of a wide range of sites and conditions but does best in locations...

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(Norway Maple)

Norway maple is a fast-growing, medium to large, deciduous shade tree native to Europe but naturalized in the United States and elsewhere. Introduced in 1885, 'Undulatum' has shiny, deep green, five- to seven-lobed leaves with slightly puckered centers and curled, frilly edges. The leaf stems exude a milky latex if severed. Clustered yellow-green flowers – which are more abundant and conspicuous than those of many maples – are followed by winged brown seeds. The bark is dark gray and fissured.

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(Sycamore Maple)

An adaptable and variable maple, this native of Europe and West Asia typically forms a large wide-spreading tree. The deeply lobed dark green deciduous leaves resemble those of sycamore. They may turn yellow in fall. The winged fruits – known as samaras – drop from the tree in helicopter fashion. They are preceded by inconspicuous spring flowers. The bark is gray and flaky. Numerous cultivars have been selected, including yellow-, pink-, and purple-leaved forms.

Happy in almost any well-drained...

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(Sycamore Maple)

An adaptable and variable deciduous tree from Europe and West Asia, sycamore maple is named for its foliage, which resembles that of planetree. The three- to five-lobed leaves of 'Atropurpureum' open burgundy-purple and mature to green with purple undersides. They may turn yellow in fall. The purple, two-winged fruits – known as samaras – drop from the tree in helicopter fashion. They are preceded by inconspicuous spring flowers. Introduced in 1883, this cultivar grows relatively rapidly into a medium...

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Jesse Saylor

(Sycamore Maple)

An adaptable and variable deciduous tree from Europe and West Asia, sycamore maple is named for its foliage, which resembles that of planetree. The three- to five-lobed leaves of the dwarf cultivar 'Brilliantissimum' open bright pink and age to yellow green and then lime-green. They may turn yellow in fall. The yellow-green, later pinkish-tan, two-winged fruits – known as samaras – drop from the tree in helicopter fashion. They are preceded by inconspicuous spring flowers. Introduced circa 1900,...

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Jesse Saylor

(Sycamore Maple)

An adaptable and variable deciduous tree from Europe and West Asia, sycamore maple is named for its foliage, which resembles that of planetree. Noted for its brightly colored fruits, 'Erythrocarpum' (which translates as "red-fruited") has been in cultivation since the early eighteenth century. The three- to five-lobed leaves are dark green, sometimes turning yellow in fall. The deep red, two-winged fruits – known as samaras – drop from the tree in helicopter fashion. They are green when young. Inconspicuous...

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Jesse Saylor

(Sycamore Maple)

An adaptable and variable deciduous tree from Europe and West Asia, sycamore maple is named for its foliage, which resembles that of planetree. The three- to five-lobed, dark green leaves of 'Gold Fleck' are speckled with yellow. They may turn completely yellow in fall. The tan or brown, two-winged fruits – known as samaras – drop from the tree in helicopter fashion. They are green when young. Inconspicuous flowers precede the fruits. This cultivar grows relatively rapidly into a medium to large,...

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Jesse Saylor

(Sycamore Maple)

An adaptable and variable deciduous tree from Europe and West Asia, sycamore maple is named for its foliage, which resembles that of planetree. The three- to five-lobed leaves of 'Simon-Louis Frères' open pink, then become green with white-streaked upper surfaces. They may turn yellow in fall. The tan or brown, two-winged fruits – known as samaras – drop from the tree in helicopter fashion. They are green when young. Inconspicuous flowers precede the fruits. Introduced in 1881, this cultivar grows...

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Jesse Saylor

(Sycamore Maple)

An adaptable and variable deciduous tree from Europe and West Asia, sycamore maple is named for its foliage, which resembles that of planetree. The three- to five-lobed leaves of 'Worley' open yellow-green, deepen to golden-yellow, and then mature to green. They may turn yellow in fall. The tan or brown, two-winged fruits – known as samaras – drop from the tree in helicopter fashion. They are green when young. Inconspicuous flowers precede the fruits. Introduced in the late nineteenth century, this...