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Sugar Maple Displays Beautiful Fall Colors

Tree Spotlight: Sugar Maple

A landscape standout, the Sugar Maple has medium to dark-green leaves that turn yellow, burnt orange or red in fall. The best time for planting is in the Fall. Versatile and drought tolerant, it can be planted in a variety of soil types and grows well in shady conditions. Be sure to give the Sugar Maple ample space to grow since it can reach a height of 70 to 90 feet with crowns that can spread 60 to 80 feet.

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