Information About Maple Trees

Got a maple tree growing in the landscape? Perhaps, you are just looking for tips on growing a maple tree. Well, look no further. The articles that follow have everything you need to grow and care for maple trees. You may even find a maple tree variety that appeals to you. So take a peak below to learn more about growing maple trees and how to care for them properly.

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Clumping Maples – Learn About Maples That Grow In Clumps

By Teo Spengler

Most maple trees have single trunks and are tall, lovely specimen trees. You can also find maples that grow in clumps. This article gives more information on clumping maples.

Transplanting Maple Trees – How To Transplant A Red Maple Tree

By Teo Spengler

If you plan to transplant a red maple tree, you’ll want to do it properly to make sure the tree survives. Read on for info on moving a red maple.

Paperbark Maple Facts – Learn About Planting A Paperbark Maple Tree

By Teo Spengler

What is a paperbark maple? To learn more about this tree as well as tips for planting, click the following.

Maple Tree Seeds To Eat: How To Harvest Seeds From Maples

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

You may remember the helicopters you played with as a child, those that fell off the maple tree. They’re more than something to play with, as they contain a pod with edible seeds inside. Click on the following article for information on eating seeds from maple trees.

October Glory Red Maples: How To Grow October Glory Trees

By Mary Ellen Ellis

For an ornamental, fast-growing tree with great fall color, it's hard to beat the "October Glory" cultivar of red maple. Click on the following article for more information on growing this beautiful maple tree in your landscape.

Autumn Blaze Tree Info – Learn How To Grow Autumn Blaze Maple Trees

By Teo Spengler

Fast growing, with deeply lobed leaves and fabulous fall color, Autumn Blaze maple trees are exceptional ornamentals. They combine the best features of their parents, red maples and silver maples. If you want more Autumn Blaze tree information, click this article.

Amur Maple Facts: Learn How To Grow An Amur Maple Tree

By Liz Baessler

The Amur maple is a large shrub or small tree prized for its compact size, rapid growth, and showy, bright red color in the fall. You can learn more about how to grow an Amur maple tree in the landscape of your home by clicking on this article.

Tatarian Maple Care – Learn How To Grow Tatarian Maple Trees

By Teo Spengler

Tatarian maple trees grow so fast they quickly attain their full height, which isn't very tall. They are short trees with wide, rounded canopies and excellent fall color trees for small backyards. For more Tatarian maple facts and tips on how to grow Tatarian maples, click here.

Shantung Maple Care: Learn About Growing Shantung Maples

By Teo Spengler

Shantung maple trees look like their cousins, Japanese maple. You can identify them by the smooth edges of the leaves. Want to know how to grow a Shantung maple? Click this article. You'll find interesting facts to give these little trees a place in your garden.

Freeman Maple Information – Learn About Freeman Maple Care

By Teo Spengler

What is a Freeman maple? It's a hybrid blend of two other maple species that offers the best qualities of both. If you are considering growing Freeman maple trees, click here for tips on how to grow a Freeman maple and other Freeman maple information.

What Is A Korean Maple – Learn How To Grow A Korean Maple Tree

By Teo Spengler

You've heard of silver maples and Japanese maples, but what is a Korean maple? It's a small maple tree that makes a wonderful substitute for Japanese maple in colder regions. For more Korean maple information and tips on how to grow a Korean maple, click here.

Northwind Maple Information: Tips On Growing Northwind Maples

By Teo Spengler

Jack Frost maple trees are hybrids developed by Oregon's Iseli Nursery. They are also known as Northwind maples. The trees are small ornamentals that are more cold-hardy than regular Japanese maples. For more Northwind maple information, click here.

Striped Maple Tree Information – Facts About The Striped Maple Tree

By Teo Spengler

Striped maple trees are also known as "snakebark maple." But don't let this scare you away. This lovely little tree is an American native. For more striped maple tree information and tips for striped maple tree cultivation, this article will help.

Boxelder Tree Information – Learn About Boxelder Maple Trees

By Teo Spengler

What is a boxelder tree? Boxelder is a fast-growing maple tree native to this country. Although drought resistant, boxelder maple trees do not have a lot of ornamental appeal to homeowners. Click this article for additional boxelder tree information.

Norway Maple Control: How To Manage A Norway Maple Tree

By Teo Spengler

Norway maple trees are wonderful shade trees in the garden. However, they produce many seeds and propagate so easily they readily escape cultivation. Controlling Norway maples is more difficult than growing them. For information about Norway maple control, click here.

Norway Maple Tree Info: Learn How To Grow Norway Maple Trees

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

If you are seeking a beautiful medium- to large-sized maple tree, look no further than the Norway maple. This tree can be a good shade or standalone specimen. Learn how to grow Norway maple trees and enjoy their ornamental classic look in this article.

Silver Maple Tree Care – Growing Silver Maple Trees In The Landscape

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer

Common in older landscapes because of their quick growth, even the slightest breeze can make the silver undersides of silver maple trees look like the whole tree is shimmering. Click this article to learn more silver maple tree information.

Maple Tree Dying – What Are Causes Of Maple Decline

By Jackie Carroll

Maple trees can decline for a variety of reasons. Most maple are susceptible, but urban trees need special care to prevent stress factors that cause decline. Click on this article for information about maple tree decline treatment.

Planting Sugar Maple Trees – How To Grow A Sugar Maple Tree

By Teo Spengler

While grown commercially for its sweet syrup and value as lumber, sugar maple also makes an attractive addition to your backyard. For more sugar maple tree facts and to learn how to grow a sugar maple tree, this article will help.

Maple Tree Pruning – How And When To Prune A Maple Tree

By Teo Spengler

Maple tree pruning is an essential part of maple tree maintenance. It?s important to learn how to prune maple trees and to pick the best time for pruning maples. This article will help provide tips on pruning these trees. Click here to learn more.

Maple Tree Oozing Sap: Reasons For Sap Leaking From Maple Trees

By Teo Spengler

When the pressure changes inside a tree, the sap is forced into the vascular transporting tissues. When tissues are punctured in a maple tree, you may see oozing sap. Read this article to find out what it means when your maple tree is dripping sap.

How To Identify Maple Trees: Facts About Maple Tree Types

By Jackie Carroll

From the little 8-foot Japanese maple to the towering sugar maple that can reach heights of 100 feet or more, the Acer family offers a tree just the right size for every situation. Find out about some of the most popular maple tree varieties in this article.

Info About Maple Trees: Tips For Planting Maple Tree Seedlings

By Jackie Carroll

Maple trees come in all shapes and sizes, but they all have one thing in common: outstanding fall color. Find out how to grow a maple tree in this article.

Maple Tree Tar Spot – Managing Tar Spot Of Maples

By Kristi Waterworth

Ornamental maples are beautiful additions to the landscape, but what happens when they start to develop blemishes? Maple tar spot may make your maples look less than their best, but fortunately it can be managed. This article will help.

Care Of Red Maple Trees: How To Grow A Red Maple Tree

By Jackie Carroll

A red maple tree gets its common name from its brilliant red foliage that become the focal point of the landscape in autumn. Click here for more info.

Maple Tree Bark Disease – Diseases On Maple Trunk And Bark

By Heather Rhoades

There are many kinds of maple tree diseases, but the ones that people are most commonly concerned with affect the trunk and bark. Here in this article you will find a list of diseases that affect maples.

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