The red maple is a fast-growing tree, often reaching 50 to 90 feet in height. The growth rate varies depending on the variety of the tree and growing conditions, but the average ra...
What Is a Red Maple Tree?
Red maples (Acer rubrum) are among the most prevalent tree species throughout many regions of eastern North America. These trees produce distinct, recognizable foliage that often earns them a place as an ornamental tree in domestic and urban landscaping....
Acer rubrum (Red Maple, also known as Swamp, Water or Soft Maple), is one of
the most common and widespread deciduous trees of eastern and central North ...
The tree Guide at arborday.org offers information on size, height, growth rate, sun
and soil preference, and more on Red Maple and many other commonly ...
When I was doing my internship at Bailey Nurseries, I had to take an ID test at the end of the season. But I passed and here I am!
As Steve Nix, our Forestry Guide says, "Red maple
is a fast grower without the habits of fast growers. 'Autumn Blaze' (which, as Steve ... More »
One of the most abundant trees in America's forests, red maple (Acer rubrum)
makes a statement in the garden with its big canopy of wide, hand-shaped leaves
This maple has real personality, perfectly accenting your lawn season after
season.The American Red Maple displays bright red flowers before its leaves
Red maple derives its name from its brilliant autumnal foliage. ... It is an extremely
rapid-growing tree, furnishing a fairly strong, close-grained wood, and is used ...
Q: I have two autumn blaze red maples in my yard. The first year, the leaves
turned a glowing, fire red, which was beautiful. Since then, the leaves have
Red maple is one of the most abundant and widespread trees in eastern North
America (26). It grows from southern Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, and southern ...