Crimson King Maple?


The Crimson King Maple is in the same family as the Norway Maples. The Crimson King Maple is unique because of it has purple leaves, even in the summer.
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What Is a Crimson King Maple?
Crimson king Norway maple (Acer platanoides 'Crimson King') is a Norway maple cultivar that was introduced to the United States in 1947. The tree is characterized by maroon or purple leaves, a dense, oval crown and colorful fall foliage. Crimson king is... More »
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Crimson king is a medium-sized tree that grows to be between 40 to 50 feet tall, producing a symmetrical, rounded crown made up of sharply lobed leaves that are similar in appearance
Maple are different than many plants. The seed die if dried out. Plant them as they come off the tree and wait.
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How to Care for Crimson King Maple Trees can be done by providing the trees lots of care and nurture. Plenty of water and sun will be needed for the tree to grow ...
There are certain things you can do to care for a Crimson King Maple that will ensure the longevity of the tree. The tree should be planted in mostly full sun, ...
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