Plant Type: Deciduous Trees
Sugar Maple is a large, deciduous tree with ascending branching, typically growing 60-75' tall with a dense rounded crown. It is native to central and eastern North America. In Missouri, it typically occurs in rocky woodlands, along streams, wooded slopes, bluff bases and glade margins. Tree sap may be tapped for maple syrup. The sugar maple leaf is the national symbol of Canada. 'Bailsta' is a patented cultivar that is sold under the trademark name of Fall Fiesta.
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Flower ColorGreenist to red/orange
Plant Spread60-75' tall x 30-45' wide
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