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Common varieties of maple trees include the red maple, silver maple, sugar maple and sycamore maple. There are more than 128 species of maple trees, some of which are native to North America, while others are native to A... More »

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While there are three main cultivars within the Japanese Maples, the cold-hardy Acer japonicum are the ones most commonly identified as such. Due to their resistance to cold, japonicums display varied and beautiful fall ... More »

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Types of maple trees can be identified by the shapes and sizes of their leaves, their bark and their winged seeds, which are called samaras. They can also be differentiated by the habitat where they're found, their matur... More »

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Some different varieties of maple trees are the Amur maple, big leaf maple, hornbeam maple and Japanese maple. There is also the hedge maple, which reaches 25 to 35 feet tall and wide with yellow coloring in the fall. More »

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Types of maple trees can be identified by the shapes and sizes of their leaves, their bark and their winged seeds, which are called samaras. They can also be differentiated by the habitat where they're found, their matur... More »

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The sugar maple tree can be either male, female or both. The trees are either dioecious, producing separate male and female flowers on the same tree, or monoecious, with male and female flowers on different trees. More »

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To make spiles to tap into maple trees, cut 1/4- to 1/2-inch metal or plastic tubing into approximately 3-inch sections. Shave one end to pound into the tree, and flare an end to hold the bucket. Spiles can be reused eac... More »

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