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Sugar Maple Clump

Sugar Maple Clump
The silver maple is a relatively fast-growing deciduous tree, commonly reaching a height of 1525 m (5080 ft), exceptionally 35 m (115 ft). Its spread will generally be 1115 m (3550 ft) wide. A 10-year-old sapling will stand about 8 m (25 ft) tall. It is often found along waterways and in wetlands, leading to the colloquial name "water maple". It is a highly adaptable tree, although it has higher sunlight requirements than other maples. Silver maple leavesThe leaves are palmate, 816 cm long and 612 cm broad, with deep angular notches between the five lobes. The 512 cm long, slender stalks of the leaves mean that even a light breeze can produce a striking effect as the silver undersides of the leaves are exposed. The autumn color is less pronounced than in many maples, generally ending up a pale yellow, although some specimens can produce a more brilliant yellow and even orange and red colorations. Some specimens can simply drop their leaves while still green as well. Samaras and leaves forming in April.The flowers are in small panicles, produced before the leaves in early spring, with the seeds maturing in early summer. The seeds are winged, in pairs, small (510 mm diameter), the wing about 35 cm long. Although the wings provide for some transport by air, the seeds are heavy and are also transported by water. The seeds are the largest of any native maple. On mature trunks, the bark is gray and shaggy. On branches and young trunks, the bark is smooth and silvery gray.
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30 Foot Clump Sugar Maple Clump

30 Foot Clump Sugar Maple Clump

Price $1,440.00

20 Foot Clump Sugar Maple Clump

20 Foot Clump Sugar Maple Clump

Price $1,260.00

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