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(Blair Silver Maple, Silver Maple)

Blair silver maple is a fast growing, large open shade tree that originates from eastern North America. Its medium green leaves have silver undersides and change to a clean yellow in fall. Unlike wild-type silver maples, this selection has a stronger branching habit and is less prone to storm damage. Adaptable to a variety of soils, Blair silver maple prefers sites with full sun and well-drained soil but is also tolerant of poorly drained soil. Plant as a shade or street tree.

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James Burghardt

(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.

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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.

(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 Queen Silver Maple)

Silver queen silver maple is a fast growing large, open, shade tree with an upright habit that originates from eastern North America. Its medium green leaves have gray-green undersides and change to yellow in fall. This is a seedless selection, so it is less messy and will not seed in. Though adaptable to a variety of soils, this tree tends to be weak-wooded and may be subject to damage during storms. Silver maple is most commonly planted as a shade tree in large open areas.

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Sugar Maple)

The great American sugar maple is a beautiful deciduous tree that offers some of the prettiest fall color of all maples. It is widely distributed from the northerly reaches of eastern Canada down to Georgia and Louisiana, so there is a lot of variability in hardiness and the trees are well-adapted to many growing situations; though in the wild they tend to be upland trees. Sugar maple seedlings are also surprisingly shade-tolerant and will grow fairly vigorously in the forest understory.

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Jesse Saylor

(Fall Fiesta® Sugar Maple, Sugar Maple)

If outstanding fall color is what you are looking for in a tree, look no further. Fall Fiesta® sugar maple is a tall, deciduous shade tree with a rounded canopy. Its glossy, dark green summer foliage has a more leathery texture than standard sugar maples and gives way to spectacular hues of yellow, orange and red in the fall.

Sugar maple performs best in full to partial sun and excels in neutral or acidic, average to fertile soils with good drainage. It is widely used as a fast-growing shade...

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James H. Schutte

(Commemoration Sugar Maple, Sugar Maple)

The exceptional sugar maple 'Commemoration' has a neat oval-shaped crown, thick glossy green leaves and is very easy to propagate. It was discovered by Willet N. Wandell in his seedling beds at Duncan Nursery outside of Champaign, Illinois. This medium-sized hardy deciduous tree looks attractive all season and its five-lobed leaves with many additional large teeth change to reddish orange in fall.

Sugar maples develop the best crown growth in full to partial sun and tolerate a wide range of...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Sugar Maple)

The Globose sugar maple has a rounded, well-branched canopy and thick, somewhat glossy green leaves that become a warm yellow with orange hints in autumn. This round-canopied, small, hardy deciduous tree is native to eastern North America and has large, broad, five-lobed leaves which become golden yellow in fall. In early spring, the branches are filled with tiny, pendent, light yellow-green flowers before the leaves emerge. Blossoms are visited by bees and result in the development of samaras: two...