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Image of Acer pensylvanicum photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Moosewood)

Although a rather scraggly plant in its native haunts in the forests of eastern North America, moosewood makes an attractive subject for lightly shaded garden sites. Typically forming a multi-trunked small tree or large shrub with beautiful green-barked branches, it bears large light- to medium-green leaves with three relatively shallow lobes. The leaves turn yellow in fall. Modestly attractive chains of small yellow flowers droop from the branches in spring, followed by two-winged fruits that mature...

Image of Acer platanoides photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Norway Maple)

Norway maple is a popular, fast-growing, deciduous shade tree that is native to regions across Europe. These trees have dense rounded canopies and large leaves that are medium to dark green in the summer and turn pale yellow, yellow or yellow-green, rarely red, in the fall.

This tree is tolerant of a wide range of sites and conditions but does best in locations with full sun to part shade and well-drained, average soil. There are two caveats to planting a Norway maple; it tends to self-seed...

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Jesse Saylor

(Norway Maple)

Norway maple is a fast-growing deciduous shade tree native to Europe but naturalized in the United States and elsewhere. Somewhat more irregular and open in habit than the similar 'Globosum', 'Almira' has a low broad domed canopy and dark green, five- to seven-lobed leaves that turn pumpkin yellow in fall. 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 ('Globosum'...

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Jesse Saylor

(Norway Maple)

Norway maple is a fast-growing deciduous shade tree native to Europe but naturalized in the United States and elsewhere. Introduced in the mid nineteenth century, 'Columnare' is a tall cylindrical tree with ascending branches. Its dark green, five- to seven-lobed leaves turn pumpkin yellow in fall. 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...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Crimson King Norway Maple, Norway Maple)

Crimson King Norway maple is a popular, fast-growing, deciduous shade tree that originates from Europe. It has a dense rounded canopy and large leaves that are very dark purple. Its thick, dark colored foliage creates extremely dense shade making it difficult to grow plants beneath. This tree is very tolerant of a wide range of sites and conditions but does best in locations with full sun to part shade and well-drain average soil. Norway maples tend to self-seed aggressively and should be planted...

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Russell Stafford

(Deborah Norway Maple, 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 'Deborah' has a dense rounded canopy and attractive wavy-edged leaves that are burgundy in spring, become bronze-green in summer, and turn orange-yellow in the fall. 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...

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Jesse Saylor

(Drummond's Norway Maple, Harlequin Norway Maple, Norway Maple)

Norway maple is a fast-growing deciduous shade tree native to Europe but naturalized in the United States and other areas. The leaves of the cultivar 'Drummondii' are dramatically outlined with a creamy-white margin. Its dense, rounded crown is relatively compact. 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...

(Emerald Queen Norway Maple, 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 'Emerald Queen' has lush, glossy, dark green leaves that are purple-tinged when young. Fall color is yellow. The clustered yellow-green flowers – which are more abundant and conspicuous than those of many maples – are followed by winged brown seeds. This vigorous selection quickly forms an upright, oval-headed tree.

Norway maple is very tolerant of a wide range...

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James Burghardt

(Norway Maple)

Norway maple is a popular, fast-growing, deciduous shade tree that is native to regions across Europe. These trees have dense rounded canopies and large leaves that are medium to dark green in the summer and turn pale yellow, yellow or yellow-green, rarely red, in the fall.

This tree is tolerant of a wide range of sites and conditions but does best in locations with full sun to part shade and well-drained, average soil. There are two caveats to planting a Norway maple; it tends to self-seed...

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Jesse Saylor

(Norway Maple)

Norway maple is a fast-growing deciduous shade tree native to Europe but naturalized in the United States and elsewhere. Introduced in the late nineteenth century by Van Houtte Nursery of Ghent, Belgium, 'Globosum' has a dense low spherical canopy and dark green, five- to seven-lobed leaves that turn pumpkin yellow in fall. The young foliage is bronze-tinged. The leaf stems exude a milky latex if severed. The clustered yellow-green flowers are more abundant and conspicuous than those of many maples....