How Long Do Maple Trees Live?


Most species of maples can live to be around 100 years old. Maples can live longer in prime habitats like old growth forests.
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There are several different types of maples trees and the life expectancy varies. The red maple lives for about 70 years, but the hardwood sugar maple can live anywhere between 150 to 250 years.
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Maple trees are a very slow growing tree so the can live to be well over one hundred years old. You can also tell how old a maple tree is by counting the rings the tree has.
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Sugar maples are naturally long-lived trees. Cornell University says that although very old trees aren't that common, it is possible to find sugar maples that are 300 and 400 years
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