Red Maple, Acer Rubrum
Adding a Red Maple tree to a garden or landscape design can make an otherwise uninteresting lawn stand out. These gorgeous trees not only boost a property's curb appeal but also produce abundant eye-catching leaves, providing a relaxing shady retreat. As one of eastern North America's most abundant and favorite plants, the Red Maple tree is a hardy fast-grower, able to survive in both swampy and dry conditions. It does, however, prefer slightly acidic soils over alkaline, so soil testing before planting is recommended.
If you have a large, sunny or partially shaded spot, planting this tree means brilliant year-round shades of red. In the spring, tiny red flowers bloom, which are then replaced by bright red-stemmed green leaves in the summer. Fall brings many hues to a yard, adding interest through an otherwise dreary season. This tree will lose its leaves by winter, replacing them with rust-colored samaras by spring.
Red Maple is low maintenance, as it requires very little pruning.
Its showy foliage rarely attracts pests. Its durable wood and bark make this tree ideal for both home and park. Plant this tree in spring to establish adequate growth. With beautiful red, orange and yellow leaves in the Fall this tree is a must in every landscape. We ship these bare root from November thru Mid-April. Red maple is one of the best named of all trees.
Highlighting something red in each of the seasons—buds in winter blooms in spring, leafstalks in summer, and beautiful foliage in fall. This show of shading, alongside its quick development and resilience to an extensive variety of soils, makes it a broadly planted top choice.
The appropriate scope of Acer Rubrum starts at the eastern edge of the Great Plains north to Lake Superior, stretching out eastbound to the Atlantic.
Property holders and urban foresters are developing this tree the all across the United States. This tree has spectacular Autumn red foliage. It is beautiful along roadways and driveways especially in Fall.
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