Small, graceful tree with glossy green, lobed foliage and sprays of small, fragrant, yellow blooms on slender branches in spring. Radiant scarlet-red fall foliage and samaras. Prefers acidic, well-drained soil. Adaptable, extremely hardy and drought tolerant. Prune in full-leaf only.
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Ornamental & Shade Trees
Oval form. Slipper-shaped, ruby red samaras in late spring persist until fall. Dark green foliage turns orange in fall. Tolerant of alkaline soil, pollution and drought once established. Prefers a moist, well-drained, slightly acidic soil. Prune only in full-leaf as needed.
Large, single-stemmed tree in cool, moist sites and smaller, multi-stemmed shrub in drier, warm sites. Dark green lobed leaves turn yellow to red in fall. Small yellow blooms in mid-spring – blooms less in dry sites. Drought tolerant once established in a moist, well-drained soil.
Slow growing, form of Rocky Mountain maple with smaller form and foliage than Sugar Maple. Dark green foliage turns intense orange-red in fall. Prefers a moist, well-drained soil. Tolerates cold, drought and alkaline soil. Prune only in summer, in full leaf.
Upright, narrow, slow-growing tree with dense, showy, purple-red foliage and clusters of green-yellow blooms in spring. Ideal for narrow streets and small yards. Tolerant of poor or acidic well-drained soil. Prune in summer, in full leaf, to avoid excessive bleeding.
Oval, upright form. Dark, maroon-purple foliage all summer and clusters of small, yellow star-shaped blooms in spring. Cultivar of Crimson King in Lethbridge, Alberta. Performs best in a moist, well-drained soil - does not like to dry out. Prune only in full-leaf.