Acer saccharum

In relatively open areas, the densely . Acer saccharum Marshall Show All Show Tabs sugar maple. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fire Sciences . Range may be expanded by planting. See states reporting sugar maple.

It is in flower from Apr to May, and the seeds. Crimson, scarlet, bright orange, and gold are all. Notes: Updated for ITIS by the Flora . Print Icon Email Icon Share Icon . The Northern Forest Atlas produces graphic tools for naturalists. This site contains libraries of images, videos, diagrams, and illustrated articles.

Sugar Maple, Hard Maple, or Rock Maple.

Reds and oranges, yellows and greens the fall colors of the . Many people tap sap from the sugar maple because of its high sugar content, which means you do not need as much to create maple syrup. Its star-shaped leaves turn under slightly at the edges, . Description: Source of Maple Sugar. Large green lobed leaves with spectacular autumn leaves in cold regions of re orange and yellow shades. The leaves are lobed and the flowers are . This is the maple of “beech-maple” forests, where it is also often associated with hemlock, yellow birch (northward), basswoo ironwoo and other species . Black maple (Acer nigrum) is very similar to sugar maple, producing the same interesting patterned wood . Needs fertile soils and long, col moist winters.

Spring sap can be processed into maple syrup. Very spectacular orange autumn colour. Thrives on fertile, moist, well-drained soils. Can grow in dry conditions but does not thrive there.

Family: Sapindaceae Previously listed in the. Oj: ninaatik, aninaatigoog, aninaatig, .

Oversettelsen av ordet acer saccharum mellom norsk, engelsk, spansk og svensk. This tree is best known for its bright autumn foliage and for producing maple syrup. Funding for this project provided by Kentucky Division of Forestry. Educational programs of the Kentucky.

Jason-Aeric Huenecke CCH, RSHom (NA). A taxonomic species within the.