MAPLE, Amur (clump)
An extremely hardy clump form tree, the Amur Maple is known for its brilliant orange to red fall color. It has a low spreading, rounded form and is easy to transplant.
MAPLE, Autumn Blaze
Acer x freemanii
This hybrid combines the brilliant fall color of the Red Maple with the drought tolerance of the Silver Maple. An extremely rapid grower, the Autumn Blaze exhibits a broadly oval shape and spectacular orange-red fall color.
Acer x freemanii ‘Sienna Glen’
An excellent selection for higher pH soils, Sienna Maple is a vigorous grower with an upright and uniform shape. Tough and low maintenance, it is known as an excellent ash substitute for street plantings.
MAPLE, Deborah (P.P. No. 4944)
Acer platanoides ‘Deborah’
A vigorous grower with a strong central leader, this maple exhibits brilliant red spring foliage that matures to dark bronze-green through summer.
MAPLE, Emerald Queen®
Acer platanoides ‘Emerald Queen’
An extremely popular Norway Maple, the Emerald Queen is known for its rapid growth, straight trunk, and ascending oval branching. Its dark green foliage turns yellow in the fall.
MAPLE, Fairview Norway®
Acer platanoides ‘Fairview’
This Norway Maple is a rapid grower with a full crown and ascending branches. It supports dark red new foliage turning to dark green at maturity.
MAPLE, Hot Wings®
Acer tataricum ‘GarAnn’
Known for its tolerance to alkaline soils, Hot Wings gets its name from the bright red samaras that cover the tree in summer.
MAPLE, Parkway Norway
Acer platanoides ‘Columnarbroad’
An excellent selection for city use, this Norway Maple is broader in form than the Columnar Norway. Its dark green foliage turns to yellow in the fall.
Acer rubrum ‘Frank Jr.’ PP 16769
Balanced growth and brilliant red fall color highlight this new addition to our line. Unlike many red maples, Redpointe is notable for its tolerance to heat and higher pH soils.
MAPLE, Sensation Boxelder
More controlled and with better branching structure than the species, Sensation exhibits fast growth and brilliant red fall color. The original tree was discovered growing near an abandoned Idaho homestead.