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Maple trees are known for their fall colors, and the Amur maple with its yellow, red, or orange leaves in the fall certainly lives up to this reputation. The tree is also valued for its compact size, cold hardiness, adaptability to a wide range of soils, and its versatility to be grown as a tree or shrub, screen or hedge, and even in containers. The tree was originally imported from Asia in the 19th century as an ornamental landscape plant. This small deciduous tree can be multi-stemmed or a single trunk that tops out at about 15-20 feet high. The simple, glossy 3-lobed leaves are dark green throughout the growing season. However, Amur maple is considered an invasive species in many areas. despite Amur maple cultivars (popular ones include 'Embers' and 'Flame") still being sold by nurseries.

Maple, Amur - Bare Root (5 plants per unit)

$10.75Price
Excluding Sales Tax
  • All items must be picked up at that Yuma County Conservation District, 247 N. Clay St., Wray, CO 80758

  • The YCCD does not guarantee the survival of trees/plants. We take care in supplying healthy quality trees/plants to each customer. Once trees/plants leave the YCCD it is the responsibility of the customer to make sure that they are correctly planted and properly cared for (refer to YCCD website). No refunds once trees/plants leave YCCD property. All orders are final.

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