Maple Tree Varieties
Acer griseum Paperbark Maple 15' - 30'. Rounded to oval growth habit. An attractive small understory tree with highly ornamental, peeling orange cinnamon brown bark. The unusual bark adds winter interest to a southern landscape. The foliage of Paperbark Maple is three lobed, deep green and the leaves turn a bright red orange during the autumn season. Paperbark Maple grows well in our Georgia climate as a woodland garden understory or specimen tree and with its small size, is great for small space landscapes.
Sugar Maple 'Legacy'
Acer saccharum Sugar Maple 'Legacy' 40' - 50' Shade Tree. A great sugar maple for Georgia landscapes, leaves on 'Legacy' are glossy, dark green in summer, in the fall they turn orange to yellow with a touch of red. It forms a dense, uniform, oval crown as it matures. 'Legacy' sugar maple is a good choice for screens, lawn tree, street trees, a shade or as specimen tree. Heat and drought resistant. This variety of sugar maple has a densely branched, rounded canopy making it one of the prettiest sugar types,
Red Maple 'October Glory'
Acer rubrum Red Maple 'October Glory' 40' - 50' Shade Tree. A beautiful shade tree for any lawn, 'October Glory' is a popular cultivar of red maple due to its heat tolerance, densely rounded canopy and one of the dependable for red autumn color. 'October Glory' red maple has dark green leaves throughout spring and summer turn radiant red late fall. The stunning fall color can last several weeks into the season. 'October Glory' red maple may be used in a landscape as a lawn, specimen, street or shade tree.
aple trees are available in container or B&B sizes and subject to change.