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Image of Acer pseudosieboldianum photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Korean Maple, Purplebloom Maple)

The genus Acer is comprised of approximately 125 species of primarily deciduous trees and large shrubs, and literally thousands of hybrids and cultivated varieties. These have a broad native distribution and can be found throughout North America, Europe, Africa and Asia.

As a genus, maples may be characterized by opposite leaf arrangement, palmate or three-parted leaves and helicopter-like fruits called samaras. Maple sizes and habits are highly variable, and cultural requirements and uses are...

Image of Acer rubrum photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Northern Red Maple, Red Maple)

Red maple is a tall, deciduous tree that is native to eastern North America. Widely planted, it has a rounded canopy and is best known for its spectacular fall color that ranges from bright crimson to shades of yellow, orange and red. In winter, its stark gray fissured bark looks nice against snowy landscapes. There are many cultivars of red maple, like 'Autumn Blaze', which is prized for its reliably brilliant crimson fall color.

Adapted to a wide range of soils and topographies, red maple does...

(Northern Red Maple, Red Maple)

Autumn Flame red maple is prized for its brilliant scarlet fall foliage, that appears earlier than other varieties, and great winter hardiness. This tall, deciduous tree has a uniform rounded canopy and stark gray bark that looks attractive in the winter.

Originating from eastern North America, it is adapted to a wide range of soils and topographies, including wet sites. Red maple grows best in locations with full to part sun. It is widely planted, and makes a great shade tree or street tree...

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Jesse Saylor

(Northern Red Maple, Red Maple)

A narrowly conical selection of one of the most widespread North American maples, 'Bowhall' was introduced by Scanlon Nursery of Ohio in 1951. It is often confused in commerce with the similar 'Scanlon', which originated as a cutting from 'Bowhall.' Said to be somewhat less dense and more irregular in habit than 'Scanlon,' 'Bowhall' has three-lobed or weakly five-lobed, mid-green leaves with paler undersides. The foliage turns bright orange in fall. Conspicuous red flowers appear in late winter and...

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The U.S. National Arboretum

(Northern Red Maple, Red Maple)

The seedless red maple 'Brandywine' has long-lasting brilliant red-purple fall color that can't be beat. This introduction of the United States National Arboretum is a tall, deciduous tree with an oval canopy and stark gray bark that looks attractive in the winter. It is seedless because, unlike other red maples, it only produces male flowers.

North American in origin, it is adapted to a wide range of soils and topographies, including wet sites. Red maple grows best in locations with full to...

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Mark A. Miller

(Northern Red Maple, Red Maple)

A selection of red maple, 'Fairview Flame'is a great shade tree for moist to wet soils and a great maple for vibrant fall color. From Eastern North American, this tall, deciduous tree has dark green leaves with five broad lobes and silvery undersides. The small flowers are red and appear in clusters before the leaves in early spring. They are pollinated by bees, resulting in doubled and two-winged seeds called samaras. By the onset of autumn, the leaves turn scarlet red. When young, the tree is pyramindal...

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James H. Schutte

(Northern Red Maple, Red Maple)

Red Sunset® red maple is a high performer when it comes to early fall color and winter hardiness. This tall, deciduous tree has a uniform rounded canopy. In autumn, its leaves turn vivid crimson earlier than many other varieties.

North American in origin, it is adapted to a wide range of soils and topographies, including wet sites. Red maple grows best in locations with full to part sun and makes a great shade tree or street tree for urban settings.

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James Burghardt

(Northern Red Maple, Red Maple)

Autumn Blaze® red maple is a high performer when it comes to early, long-lasting fall color. This tall, deciduous tree has a uniform oval to canopy of deeply lobed, bright green leaves that turn vivid scarlet in fall.

North American in origin, it is adapted to a wide range of soils and topographies, including wet sites. Red maple grows best in locations with full to part sun and makes a great shade tree or street tree for urban settings. It has a root system that grows close to the surface, so...

(Northern Red Maple, Red Maple)

An outstanding red maple, 'Magnificent Magenta' is a compact tree with unique red-violet fall color. This deciduous tree has an oval canopy with no central leader and dark yellow-green leaves that turn dark magenta with purple undertones in autumn. The fall color lasts quite long, lingering past the first hard frosts when the leaves of other trees may have already dropped or browned. The red flowers cover the branches in early spring, attracting honeybees.

Burgundy Belle red maple is adapted...

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James H. Schutte

(Northern Red Maple, Red Maple)

Among the many selections of red maple, 'Northwood' is distinctive for its ascending branches and brilliant orange-red leaves in fall. This eastern North America native is a fast-growing, deciduous tree, forming a nicely-shaped oval canopy. The shiny leaves are typically three-lobed, with a broad spread and a lighter green underside. Also notable: this tree does not produce samaras, the two-winged seeds made by most red maples. The flowers are red and small but appear in cluster in abundance in very...