How do you identify types of maple trees?

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One way to identify types of maple trees is by the size and shape of the leaves. You can also examine the bark and branches on the trees. The different types of fruit can also help identify the maple trees.
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1. Take pictures of the tree you wish to identify. Include close-up shots of the bark and leaves and long shots of the trunk and canopy. Maple trees are easier to identify if you
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As far as I know is a maple tree one of the Acer family, The maple leaf is the leaf of the Canadian Ahorn or Esdoorn.
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The biggest factor is that most of them are grown as grafted plants. This adds significant cost to each one as seedlings are much cheaper to produce. That and yes they are slow
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Maple Trees: Amur Maple, Bigleaf Maple, Bigtooth Maple, Black Maple,
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Types of Maple Trees
Maple trees are a vibrant part of the North American landscape, the source of the main ingredient for maple syrup and the focal point of Canada's national flag. There are many different types of maple trees, but the most common varieties are listed below.... More »
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There are many many different types of maples. Depending on where you live will depend on which ones grow better in your area. Different types of maples are Japanese, Norway, Paperback, Red, Silver, and Sugar. You can find more info at: www.maple-tree.com
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