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(Northern Red Maple, Red Maple)

A little known cultivar one of the most widespread North American maples, 'October Brilliance' unfurls its leaves relatively late in spring, when damaging frost is less likely. Said to be of dense and compact habit, it has three-lobed or weakly five-lobed, mid-green leaves with paler undersides. The foliage turns orange or red in fall. Conspicuous red flowers appear in late winter and early spring. This male cultivar produces no seed. Winter interest is provided by stark gray bark that is smooth...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Northern Red Maple, Red Maple)

What a punch of color this tree offers in autumn! The high performing ‘October Glory’ has a rounded to oval-shaped canopy when mature. It was first introduced in the early 1960s and was once patented under the number PP2116.

This tall, deciduous tree produces tiny clusters of red-hued flowers along its branches in spring. These mature into red helicopter-like fruits called samaras. From spring to summer 'October Glory' offers glossy rich green leaves, which turn to vivid shades of orange-red...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Northern Red Maple, Red Maple)

Red Sunset red maple is a very popular shade tree with its glossy green, lobed leaves that reliably change orange and red each fall. This tall, deciduous tree is pyramidal in form when young, but becomes upright and rounded at maturity. The red flowers appear on the red twig ends in early spring. Its samaras, or two-winged seeds, are often reddish in color.

North American in origin, 'Red Sunset' is adapted to a wide range of soil types and topographies, including wet sites. Acidic soil tends...

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Jesse Saylor

(Northern Red Maple, Red Maple)

A narrowly conical selection of one of the most widespread North American maples, 'Scanlon' was introduced by Scanlon Nursery of Ohio in about 1954. It is often confused in commerce with the similar 'Bowhall,' from which 'Scanlon' originated. Said to be denser and neater in habit than 'Bowhall,' 'Scanlon' has three-lobed or weakly five-lobed, mid-green leaves with paler undersides. The foliage turns bright orange or red in fall. Conspicuous red flowers appear in late winter and early spring, followed...

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James Burghardt

(Red Maple, Tricolored Red Maple)

Bearing showy foliage from spring to fall, 'Snow Fire' is a shrubby, slow-growing selection of one of the most widespread North American maples. Its three-lobed or weakly five-lobed leaves emerge brilliant rose-pink and mature to medium-green with white blotching. The foliage turns yellow or red in fall.

This deciduous large shrub or small tree is adapted to a wide range of soils and topographies. It best in locations with full to part sun and makes a colorful accent for lawns and mixed borders...

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(Northern Red Maple, Red Maple)

A selection of red maple, which is is native to eastern North American, 'Sun Valley' is a strong- growing deciduous tree notable for brilliant, long-lasting scarlet fall foliage. The canopy of 'Sun Valley' is oval and the leaves are green with three to five lobes and lovely red petioles (leaf stems). The leaves turn bright red in autumn and often deepen to dark red. In spring, the tree produces small, red flowers in abundant clusters. All flowers are male and thus result in no seed production. The...

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Jesse Saylor

(Grey Snakebark Maple)

Lovely in all seasons, this small to medium-sized deciduous maple from Japan offers a compact rounded habit, handsome foliage, and striking bark. Its densely branched crown is set with lush, relatively large, weakly three-lobed leaves that emerge in mid-spring, about the same time as its small yellow flowers. Drooping chains of two-winged fruits follow the flowers, providing an impressive show when they turn pink and tan in fall. The leaves color later in fall than those of many other maples, turning...

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Jesse Saylor

(Grey Snakebark Maple)

An unusual, somewhat more cold-tender selection of a lovely maple from Japan, this small to medium-sized deciduous tree offers a compact rounded habit, colorful foliage, and striking bark. Its densely branched crown is set with large, white-blotched, weakly three-lobed leaves that emerge in mid-spring, about the same time as its small yellow flowers. Drooping chains of two-winged fruits follow the flowers, providing an impressive show when they turn pink and tan in fall. The leaves color later in...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Silver Maple)

Silver maple is a fast growing large open shade tree that is native to eastern North America. It has an oval to rounded canopy and narrow branch crotches. Its medium green leaves have silver undersides and may change to yellow or yellow-brown in fall.

This tree prefers full sun to partial shade. Though adaptable to a wide variety of soils, silver maple tends to be weak wooded and may be subject to damage during storms. Silver maple is widely used as a shade tree in open lawns or parks.

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Jesse Saylor

(Silver Maple)

Silver maple is a fast growing large open shade tree that is native to eastern North America. It has an oval to rounded canopy and narrow branch crotches. Its medium green leaves have silver undersides and may change to yellow or yellow-brown in fall.

This tree prefers full sun to partial shade. Though adaptable to a wide variety of soils, silver maple tends to be weak wooded and may be subject to damage during storms. Silver maple is widely used as a shade tree in open lawns or parks.