How Fast Do Maple Trees Grow?

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Maple trees grow relatively fast, reaching the height of a dozen feet within 5 or 7 years. However, they do not reach their full potential for about 7 decades. Their speedy growth assists in their popularity among homeowners.
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The silver maple (A. saccharinum) gets its name from the silver underlining found on its leaves. Its tolerance of poor, compacted soils and air pollution make it a good choice for
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Depends upon what sort of Maple it is. Silver Maples are rockets, growing several feet/year. They are not very long lived or durable. Sugar Maple's are harder and much longer lived
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