Maples are a beautiful, classic group of trees that are fast growing and low maintenance. This group has a wide variety of options in size, fall colors, and shape.
Fast growing and sturdy, the Autumn Blaze has all the best qualities of its parents, the Red and Silver Maples. This tree is disease and pest resistant and adaptable to a variety of soils and environments. Enjoy the fall transition...green to orange to crimson red; this maple has one of the best!
The Bloodgood is the largest of the Japanese maples. So you get those pretty delicate leaves, but with some nice height to provide some shade for your yard. In Spring you may have a couple weeks of green when the new leaves emerge, but these quickly turn into a deep burgundy. In fall the leaves brighten to a crimson.
The Coral Bark Japanese Maple is a petite tree with stunning and unique coral colored bark. The Coral Bark is one of the few Japanese Maples that grows well in full sun. Perfect for small yards and gardens that need vibrant color and flare, this maple is a lovely focal tree.
The Crimson King Maple has showy, deep purple foliage. Hardy and low maintenance, this maple is easy to grow. For a bold and unique shade tree, the Crimson King is a top pick.
One of the fasting growing Maples at 5 feet per year, the October Glory Maple is great for almost instant landscape gratification! This maple is drought tolerant and low maintenance. And let’s not forget that brilliant orange-red fall color!
The Red Maple is a classic that is sure to please. This maple is the extremely cold hardy even thriving in zone 3! Look forward to that bright red fall color that is this tree’s signature.
Easy to grow and maintain the Red Sunset is a real winner! Expect to see that gorgeous fall transition start early with the Red Sunset. You’ll be pleased to see that orange arrive, alerting you of fall, and then turning into a beautiful red.
The largest of the Maples, the tried and true Silver Maple can reach heights of 80 feet. This tree is an extremely fast grower and can grow up to 7 feet per year! Fall turns the silvery-green leaves a bold and beautiful yellow.