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Image of Acer rubrum

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...

Image of Acer saccharinum

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.

Image of Acer saccharum

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...

Image of Acer spicatum photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Mountain Maple)

Common in the understory of the forests of eastern North America, mountain maple is also an attractive subject for lightly shaded gardens. Typically forming a large multi-trunked shrub, it bears dark green leaves with toothed margins and three pointed lobes. The leaves turn bright orange, red, or yellow in fall. Unique, upright, conical clusters of small yellow flowers appear at the branch tips in late spring, later than those of most other maples. Drooping two-winged fruits follow the flowers, maturing...

Image of Acer tataricum photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Tatarian Maple)

The creamy green clusters of spring flowers and bright fall foliage of this small maple are pretty, and its small size and toughness lends it to urban landscapes with space constraints. It is also unusually hardy, so its well-suited to the harsh climates of the far north.

Tatarian maple is a small, bushy, deciduous tree that originates from eastern Europe and Asia. Its irregularly lobed green leaves turn colorful shades of red, yellow and orange in fall and in spring its branches bear clusters...

Image of Acer tataricum ssp. ginnala photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Amur Maple)

Sometimes listed as Acer ginnala, Amur maple is a small, low-branched, deciduous tree native to eastern Asia. It is a variable species, but many desirable cultivars have been introduced.

The glossy rich green leaves of Amur maple are somewhat slender and often three-lobed. Its best forms have foliage that turns fiery red in fall, though all Amur maple offer brilliant fall color in shades of red, yellow and orange. The fall leaves are accompanied by prolific and showy clusters of winged...

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James H. Schutte

(Amur Maple, Bailey Compact Amur Maple)

A compact selection of Amur maple (which is native to southeastern Europe and southwestern Asia) 'Bailey Compact' is a dense, deciduous shrub with a dome shape formed by many radiating branches. Unusually hardy, it is a great selection for northern gardens. The leaves are glossy and light green. They turn scarlet and orange in the fall. In spring, 'Bailey Compact' bears clusters of cream-colored flowers that are followed by red, winged fruits.

This shrub demands average, well-drained soil and...

Image of Acer tataricum ssp. ginnala

Jesse Saylor

(Amur Maple)

Sometimes listed as Acer ginnala, Amur maple is a small, low-branched, deciduous tree native to eastern Asia. It is a variable species, but many desirable cultivars have been introduced.

The glossy rich green leaves of Amur maple are somewhat slender and often three-lobed. Its best forms have foliage that turns fiery red in fall, though all Amur maple offer brilliant fall color in shades of red, yellow and orange. The fall leaves are accompanied by prolific and showy clusters of winged...

Image of Acer tataricum ssp. ginnala

Mark A. Miller

(Amur Maple, Flame Amur Maple)

Tatarian maple is a small, bushy tree that originates from southeastern Europe and southwestern Asia. This unusually hardy deciduous tree is a great selection for northern gardens. Its rounded, glossy green leaves turn a colorful red to yellow in the fall and in spring trees bear clusters of cream-colored flowers followed by red .

(Amur Maple, Red Rhapsody™ Amur Maple)

A selection of Tatarian maple (which is a small, bushy tree native to southeastern Europe and southwestern Asia), 'Mondy' is notable for its much-branched, domed habit and the rich red of its fall color. Its rounded, three-lobed, toothy leaves turn a uniform red in fall. In spring the tree bears clusters of fragrant,yellowish-white flowers followed by red, winged fruits.

This is a good deciduous tree for northern gardens. Its size makes it useful in small yards and mixed borders. It can also...