GREAT FOR FALL COLOR!  October Glory Red Maple -  Grows 40'-50' high with a 25'-35' spread. Tolerant of many soils, but prefers slightly acid and moist conditions. Plant in partial shade to full sun.

Red Maple

GREAT FOR FALL COLOR! October Glory Red Maple - Grows 40'-50' high with a 25'-35' spread. Tolerant of many soils, but prefers slightly acid and moist conditions. Plant in partial shade to full sun.

Maple, 'October Glory' (Acer rubrum 'October Glory'): Red Maple cultivar; dark green leaves turn red in late fall; Grows 40'-50' high; prefers slightly acid, moist soils; partial shade to full sun. +

Maple, 'October Glory' (Acer rubrum 'October Glory'): Red Maple cultivar; dark green leaves turn red in late fall; Grows 40'-50' high; prefers slightly acid, moist soils; partial shade to full sun. +

Acer rubrum October Glory - Maple tree

Acer rubrum October Glory - Maple tree

Red Maple. Grows about 4’ per year, provides brilliant red display in the autumn as a bonus!

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Red Maple. Grows about 4’ per year, provides brilliant red display in the autumn as a bonus!

Florida Flame Red Maple - This is what I want in our backyard.

Florida Flame Red Maple - This is what I want in our backyard.

Gorgeous autumn hues

Gorgeous autumn hues

Click to view full-size photo of October Glory Red Maple (Acer rubrum 'October Glory') at Stauffers Of Kissel Hill

Click to view full-size photo of October Glory Red Maple (Acer rubrum 'October Glory') at Stauffers Of Kissel Hill

Acer Rubrum - Red Sunset Maple

Acer Rubrum - Red Sunset Maple

Red maple (Acer rubrum) native. Male and female trees! Roots dense so little can grow near it's trunk. The dense red or sometimes yellow clusters of small flowers are a dependable harbinger of spring. Emerging color is red tinged gradually changing to medium to dark green above, silvery gray with hairy veins beneath. Autumn color is yellow to red. The petiole (leafstem) is often red. Browsed by deer and moose. (I think they're probably safe from  moose at the Arboretum!)

Red maple (Acer rubrum) native. Male and female trees! Roots dense so little can grow near it's trunk. The dense red or sometimes yellow clusters of small flowers are a dependable harbinger of spring. Emerging color is red tinged gradually changing to medium to dark green above, silvery gray with hairy veins beneath. Autumn color is yellow to red. The petiole (leafstem) is often red. Browsed by deer and moose. (I think they're probably safe from moose at the Arboretum!)

Armstrong Red Maple  Medium to fast growing. Height 40-45', 12-15' wide. Narrow, columnar form. Light green foliage turns yellow to orange red in fall.

Armstrong Red Maple Medium to fast growing. Height 40-45', 12-15' wide. Narrow, columnar form. Light green foliage turns yellow to orange red in fall.

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