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Silver Maple Tree The Silver Maple is a rapidly growing tree and like the Red Maple is able to thrive in a wide variety of soils and climates

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SILVER MAPLE Acer saccharinum Other Names Soft Maple River Maple Silverleaf Maple Swamp Maple Key ID Features Leaves Fruit Buds Bark Habitat A rather UNCOMMON maple in the UP

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Silver maple is a tall fastgrowing native tree of eastern North America It is usually found growing in open sunlight along creeks and waterways This species has become over planted Without proper and frequent pruning high winds and ice can cause limbs to break Many authorities recommend against planting silver maple

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Acer saccharinum commonly known as silver maple creek maple silverleaf maple soft maple large maple water maple swamp maple or white maple is a species of maple native to the eastern and central United States and southeastern Canada It is one of the most common trees in the United States Although the silver maples Latin name is similar it should not be confused with Acer

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Sugar Maple Tree The high sugar content of the Sugar Maples sap makes it ideal for tapping The presence of the Sugar Maple leaf on the Canadian flag illustrates the importance of this tree in Canada

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Red Maple Acer Rubrum The red maple tree grows in zones 3 to 9 the red maple tree is deciduous and it loses its leaves every year in the fall then grows new leaves in the spring The red maple tree grows at

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This is Volume 1 of Oregon State Universitys Landscape Plants web site Landscape plants mostly woody ie shrubs and trees in this volume are listed in alphabetical order by genus from A Abelia through E ExochordaFrom the list below select a letter which corresponds to the first letter of the genus you wish to view or if listed the genus itself or search the Common Name List

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How to Identify Sugar Maple Trees The sugar maple tree Acer saccharum grows abundantly in the northeastern part of North America the northeastern United States including as far south as Tennessee and the southeastern portion of

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Brandywine Maple  Acer rubrum Brandywine Tree Facts The Brandywine Maples Mature Height is 25 feet The trees Mature Spread is 12 feet Soil Type is Widely Adaptable

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