We are always growing new trees and shrubs, and now some of our other maples are big enough to offer. Availability changes constatly, so ask if like... Among the latest crop -
Red Maple - Gets up to 90 feet tall, plant these from Zones 3 to 10. Good for full sun to half shade, with great red fall color, these are
the shade tree of choice.
Silver Maple - Grows to 70 feet tall, and good for Zones 3 to 9, they like full sun to half shade. Silvery leaf undersides, and gray-silver
bark, these are good as shade trees.
Sugar Maple - Grows to 70 feet tall, often widespreading, they are popular from Zones 3 to 10. Plant from full sun to deep shade. Great
shade trees with beautiful fall color.
Oregon Maple (Bigleaf) - Hardy, getting up to
20 feet tall, these can be tall multi-stemed shrubs that are plantable form Zones 6 to 8. Good for wet areas, these prefer full sun to half shade. Largest of the maple leaves, nice as a specimen or small shade tree.
Amur "Flame" Maple - Very hardy, grows up to 15 feet tall, and best in Zones 3 to 8. Plant in full sun, and has beautiful fall orange-red
color. Use as hedges and specimens.
Vine Maple - Hardy, gets up to 30 feet tall in Zones 5 to 8. Prefers full sun to half shade, beautiful fall colors ranging from yellow to
red, and makes nices hedges or specimens.
Hedge Maple - Tall Maple shrub or small up to
20 feet tall. Plant from Zones 4 to 9 in full sun. They have a narrow shape, so use them for screens, hedges, or as specimens.
Trident Maple - Small shade tree that grows up to
20 feet tall. Plant from Zones 5 to 9 in full sun. Nice ornamental with beutiful fall colors ranging from yellow to orange, and red. Excellent container-tree or for limited space.
Norway Maple - Grows to 70 feet tall, often widespreading, they are popular from Zones 3 to 9. Plant from full sun to half shade. Great shade
trees with beautiful fall yellow coloration.
Sycamore Maple - Medium-sized tree growing up
to 40 feet tall. Best from Zones 5 to 9 in full sun to part shade. Plant as a shade tree. Leaves resemble the American Sycamore.
Rocky Mountain Maple - Among the
beautiful maples we enjoy in this country, the Rocky is unique and mostly unknown in the marketplace. Growing 20 feet tall, often multiple stemmed, the Fall coloration is very pretty, with yellow to orange to scarlet leaves. Make this a focal point in
any landscape design! Plant these from Zones 5 to 9, in full sun to part shade, and where moisture is moderate.
Moosewood Maple - Also called
Snakebark, Striped, or Goosefoot Maple, this small tree or large-shrub grows up to 40 feet tall. Often found in the cool understory of Beech and Maple forests, these moisture-loving small trees prefers some shade. Good for Zones 3 to 8, the
Moosewood develops a smooth green striped bark that turns reddish in the fall. The leaves turn a bright yellow-golden color in the fall, this native tree makes a nice specimen.
Japanese Red Laceleaf Maple"Everred" - Delicate and beautiful, gets up to 6 feet tall but wider-spreading. Good for Zones 7 to 10, or grow them
indoors, they prefer full sun to partial shade, and well-drained soil. Plant these as specimens in containers or around the Japanese water garden!
We may have some Green Laceleafs "Viridis". Do specify if you want the Green. The supply is limited.
Japanese Red Maple - Very ornamental, gets up to 15 feet tall,and good for Zones 7 to 9. Plant in full sun to half shade, as a specimen or
grown from seed, so leaves can vary from green to red on red stems.
Japanese Green Maple - Very ornamental, gets up to 15 feet tall.Good for Zones 7 to 9, they prefer full sun to half shade. Attractive
specimen or bonsai.
The tree maples are planted as shade trees, individually or in small groups, whereas the shrub-form maples can also be planted as single specimens, but also as hedges and lines.
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