Tulip Poplar Tree Sugar Maple Tree Red Maple Tree

Fast Growing Tree Package

$49.99

 1 Tree Each 3-4 Feet Tall - Red Maple, Sugar Maple, Tulip Tree

When shade and beauty are needed quickly, red maples, sugar maples, and tulip poplars are excellent candidates.

Red Maples
In spring, these fast-growing trees glow red from the multitude of tiny red flowers and leaf buds coating their branches. Spectacular red leaves take shape in the fall. Round-shaped maples make terrific deep shade trees that put on one to two feet of growth each year until reaching 40 to 60 feet with a broad canopy of 40 feet. They handle a wide span of moist soil types but can tackle moderate droughts. They also laugh at temperatures as low as 35 degrees below zero.

Sugar Maples
These very close relatives of the red maples supply the sugary sap that becomes maple syrup. They share the cold tolerance, soil and drought tolerance, and overall shape of the red maple. These massive shade trees also offer the same rapid growth rate. They differ in developing a more substantial 60 to 75 feet in height with a 40 to 50-foot spread. They also put on a fall display of luminescent orange, red, and yellow leaves.

Tulip Poplars
Tulip poplars aren’t true poplars. They’re related to magnolias as their fascinating, big yellow-green blooms demonstrate. Tulip poplars are exceptionally fast growing trees delivering 30 inches a year when young. They’ll top off at 70 to 90 feet with a 40-foot breadth. They possess the same soil and moisture preferences as maples but tolerate temperatures down to 25 degrees below zero.

All 3 trees in this package are 3-4 feet tall at time of shipment. They are shipped during dormancy November through April. They are shipped bare root. Guaranteed to grow!. Start your landscaping today with this amazing offer!

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     1 Tree Each 3-4 Feet Tall - Red Maple, Sugar Maple, Tulip Tree

    When shade and beauty are needed quickly, red maples, sugar maples, and tulip poplars are excellent candidates.

    Red Maples
    In spring, these fast-growing trees glow red from the multitude of tiny red flowers and leaf buds coating their branches. Spectacular red leaves take shape in the fall. Round-shaped maples make terrific deep shade trees that put on one to two feet of growth each year until reaching 40 to 60 feet with a broad canopy of 40 feet. They handle a wide span of moist soil types but can tackle moderate droughts. They also laugh at temperatures as low as 35 degrees below zero.

    Sugar Maples
    These very close relatives of the red maples supply the sugary sap that becomes maple syrup. They share the cold tolerance, soil and drought tolerance, and overall shape of the red maple. These massive shade trees also offer the same rapid growth rate. They differ in developing a more substantial 60 to 75 feet in height with a 40 to 50-foot spread. They also put on a fall display of luminescent orange, red, and yellow leaves.

    Tulip Poplars
    Tulip poplars aren’t true poplars. They’re related to magnolias as their fascinating, big yellow-green blooms demonstrate. Tulip poplars are exceptionally fast growing trees delivering 30 inches a year when young. They’ll top off at 70 to 90 feet with a 40-foot breadth. They possess the same soil and moisture preferences as maples but tolerate temperatures down to 25 degrees below zero.

    All 3 trees in this package are 3-4 feet tall at time of shipment. They are shipped during dormancy November through April. They are shipped bare root. Guaranteed to grow!. Start your landscaping today with this amazing offer!

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