Sugar Maple Tree

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Latin Name- Acer Saccharum Hardy Planting Zone- 4-9 Mature Height- 82-115 ft Width- 25-30 Sun or Shade- Partial Shade
Planting Zones 3-8
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Sugar Maple Tree Description

Sugar Maple Tree and Acer Saccharum are Long Living and Easily Adaptable Deciduous trees.

Sugar Maple tree or better known as Acer Saccharum. Hardy in planting zones 3-8. The growth rate is 3 feet each year; Plant in full sun or partial shade and in almost any kind of soil as it is adaptable to a wide range of soil conditions. They will bring wildlife to your landscape, from rabbits to squirrels that feed on seeds, buds, and leaves. They prefer soil that is moist but does have some drought resistance. Beautiful fall color is brilliant red and yellow; In spring, there will be green to yellow flowers from April to May. It does have a fruit that is second-winged seeds on one stem. These trees make lovely shade trees and could reduce cooling costs due to their shade. These trees prefer to be planted deep in the well-drained and moist soil. These trees produce tiny greenish-yellow flowers in the early spring, quickly eclipsed by newly sprouting leaves. The fall foliage color keeps in line with its spring floral display and turns a brilliant yellow in autumn. This tree produces solid and thick limbs which lend themselves well to children's swings and treehouses.

Sugar Maple Tree, Acer Saccharum is Fast Growing and Prefer Soggy Soil, Nutrient Depleted Soil

Broad, textured leaves of green tops and silver bottoms, combined with the tree's brilliant fall foliage display, make it a popular choice for planting in home landscapes. The deciduous nature of the large tree blocks hot summer while allowing the warm rays of winter sun to permeate the home landscape, which helps lower home energy usage and costs. This fast-growing maple tree grows well in soggy, nutrient-depleted soil and other conditions most other trees refuse to grow. Silver maples are easily adaptable, thrive when transplanted, and can live well over 100 years.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

It is a beautiful tree that provides shade, medicine, and food for wildlife! It is one of America's most beloved and famous trees. More states proclaim it as their official state tree than any other species, including Virginia, Wisconsin, New York, West, and Vermont!

It is economically significant as a source of brown sugar, maple sugar, and hardwood wood for furniture and floor coverings. Maple sugar is a natural sweetener originating from maple trees. After boiling a tree's sap, it is prepared, reducing its water content until it becomes solid sugar.

Maple sugar is helpful in other sugar products, such as white or brown sugar. It is significantly sweet, so you can use it in the kitchen to achieve the same results.

Along with its sweetness, maple sugar frequently adds a kooky flavor to dishes, similar to maple syrup's iconic taste. It also contains minerals and vitamin c, health benefits over other sweeteners.

This tree overgrows and has a thick cover, making it one of the best shade trees! A Sugar Maple's shadow also provides comfort in the hot summer sun, and it's also a beautiful area to sit and have a picnic, read a book, or enjoy the company of others! The Sugar Maple is a famous shade tree found in many golf courses, parks, and home countryside.

It is a hardy tree that can grow and flourish in various climates. The root system of a Sugar Maple is one of the main reasons it is so resilient. Its unique roots are highly efficient at obtaining water and nutrients, and it has been observed to develop specific microbes to aid these efforts.

This tree displays stunning gold, red, and orange colors in autumn! It appears to contribute to elegant autumnal displays. It is one of the most precious hardwoods for interiors because of its formed wood! It has been used in medicine because of its bone-building phosphates that improve calcium retention.

This unique tree produces juices that make excellent syrup! The syrup is retrieved from the tree by inserting a tap into a tunnel in the howl. The syrup is mainly made from Sugar Maple tree crops in cooler climates because they produce far more sap than trees grown in warmer temperatures. Approximately two million gallons of this liquid gold are now used to support an essential industry in agricultural areas of the United States.

These maples contain substances in their roots and leaves, which may help reduce irritation and pain at the core of many diseases. The maple tree may benefit people with diabetes or before by regulating blood glucose levels.

They are a favorite food source for various fascinating living creatures. The red squirrels frequently feed on the seeds, buds, twigs, and leaves, and amounts are commonly seen eating the wood and upper stems of Sugar Maples.


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 Sun exposure: Full sun

Water requirement: Moderate moisture

Zone: 3 to 8

Best time to Harvest: Spring

 Zones: 3-8

Mature Height: 50′-70'ft

Width: 40′-60’ft

Shape: Oval to round shape

Growth: Fast-growing

Sunlight: Full Sun

Soil: Does best in moist, well-drained soil but will adapt to poor soil

Botanical name: Acer saccharinum

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