Do maple trees grow in Phoenix?

Answer Phoenix, Arizona is in USDA plant growing zone 5. Zone numbers are used to aide individuals in knowing what kind of plants will grow and thrive in their area. Maple tree growth zones range between ... Read More »

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How to Grow Red Maple Trees in Alberta?

The maple tree is a widely recognized symbol of Canada. Not only is its image on the national flag, but it grows commonly throughout the country, according to Canadian Gardening. According to Dave'... Read More »

Can maple trees grow in Montana?

The Rocky Mountain maple trees (Acer glabrum) grow in the western half of Montana. This deciduous tree reaches 20 to 30 feet in height. Look for it growing along stream banks, up canyon walls and o... Read More »

How big do silver maple trees grow?

Silver maple trees (Acer saccharinum) grow quickly to the height of 80 to 100 feet tall, with a trunk of five to six feet in diameter. The canopy spreads 40 to 60 feet wide. Silver maples grow all ... Read More »

How fast do red maple trees grow?

The Red Maple (Acer rubrum) features a moderate to fast growth rate when planted within USDA climate zones 4-8. Although the many varieties differ in eventual height, most can be expected to reach ... Read More »