What Is a Maple Seed?

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A Maple Seed is the unit of reproduction of a maple tree, which is capable of developing another maple tree when sown in the right conditions. To ensure that maple seeds germinate properly, you have to soak them overnight in hot water before planting them. Maple seeds usually mature in a few weeks to six months after flowering of the tree, and are dispersed shortly afterwards.
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1. Obtain the maple samaras in autumn, when they can be seen twirling down to the ground like tiny helicopters. Species of maple that release their samaras in the spring, such as
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1 Harvest the seeds. They should be gathered when they're full but still green in the spring; run your hands down the branch to gather a bunch in your hands. [2] All maple seeds are
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Maple seeds are called keys.
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A maple tree seed looks like little pairs of wings, when they start to dry out they often split and fall off the tree. When they fall of the tree they look like little helicopters
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