Leaf Spots in Maple Trees?

Answer Different factors cause leaf spots on maple trees, including fungi, bacteria and insects. Most leaf spots are not a sign of maple decline and rarely affect the long-term health of the tree. Keeping... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Leaf Spots in Maple Trees

Leaf Diseases of Maple Trees?

Maples trees are a common sight in yards and municipalities throughout the northern part of the U.S. They are fast-growing and very resistant to cold. Maples come in many varieties, some of which... Read More »

How to Prune Green-Leaf Japanese Maple Trees?

Japanese maples (Acer palmatum) are striking small ornamental trees or large shrubs with elegant branching and lacy canopies. There are at least several dozen cultivars that start with green leaves... Read More »

Different Leaf Shapes in South Carolina Maple Trees?

South Carolina is home to several species of maple tree, both native and non-native. At first glance, it may seem difficult to tell these trees apart. However, most species of maples have distincti... Read More »

Are Japanese maple trees hard maple or soft maple?

The Japanese maple tree (Acer palmatum) is a hard maple. The Japanese maple is a slow-growing tree, and as Clemson University explains, "slow-growing maples have hard wood." The wood is about as ha... Read More »