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  • Appearance: Sugar maples are large deciduous trees that can reach heights of 70 to 100 feet. They have a dense, rounded crown and a straight trunk. The leaves are palmately lobed with five distinct lobes. In the fall, the foliage turns vibrant shades of yellow, orange, and red, making it one of the most iconic trees for autumn foliage.
  • Habitat and Range: Sugar maples are native to eastern North America and are commonly found in mixed hardwood forests. They prefer well-drained soils and thrive in cooler climates. They are particularly abundant in the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada. Sugar maples are known for their association with maple syrup production.
  • Maple Syrup Production: Sugar maples are highly valued for their sap, which is used to produce maple syrup. In late winter or early spring, when temperatures fluctuate between freezing at night and thawing during the day, the sap starts to flow. It is collected by tapping the tree and collecting the sap in buckets or through a tubing system. The sap is then boiled down to remove water, resulting in the concentrated syrup.
  • Hardwood and Uses: Sugar maple wood is known for its hardness, strength, and attractive grain patterns, making it highly sought after for a variety of applications. It is commonly used for flooring, furniture, cabinetry, musical instruments (such as violins and guitars), and other high-quality woodworking projects. The wood is also used for fuel and smoking in certain culinary applications.
  • Ecological Importance: Sugar maples are ecologically significant and support a diverse range of wildlife. The dense foliage provides shade and habitat for numerous bird species and small mammals. Many insects, including butterfly larvae, feed on the leaves. The samaras (winged seeds) are a food source for various bird species and small mammals. Sugar maples contribute to the overall biodiversity and health of forest ecosystems.
  • Sugar maples are considered an iconic tree due to their stunning fall colors and the production of maple syrup. They offer both economic and ecological benefits, making them highly valued in both natural and cultural contexts.
  • SPREAD 15-18 M
  • HEIGHT 25-30 M

    Care Instructions

    Different plants have different watering needs. Check the soil moisture by inserting your finger about an inch into the soil. If it feels dry, water the plant until the water drains from the bottom of the pot. Avoid overwatering, as it can lead to root rot.

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