Maple trees start to produce at the ripe young age of 50 years. The trees reproduce via leaves and small flower buds. They rely on bees to pollinate the flower buds. Later in summer the flowers fall from the tree. The new seed is in that flower.
Maple trees are able to reproduce starting around 50 years old. Maple tree reproduce by producing angiosperm, which means they develop seeds within a fruit. Maple trees are deciduous, which means they drop their leaves annually in autumn....
Maple trees drop there seeds in what look like little helicopters to reproduce. There are two seeds in each 'helicopter.' Maple trees are used for maple syrup. You can find more info at: www.itsnature.org