It grows deep into the ground so they do not come above ground.
It is a October Glory Maple Tree, when you receive it, it is just a 3 foot stick with the roots, I dug a hole 14 inches deep and 14 inches wide, carefully open up the roots. Mix half and half of regular dirt and potting soil. Before I filled the hole I put 3 plant food sticks. Water twice a day for the first 2 weeks. This tree will grow faster than you think. Lol
yes it can on both questions. Maple is a strong and sturdy wood.
Yes they will, the roots on ths Particular tree grow down and not spread across the top.
The root system was decent; similar to pictures of planting instructions that came with the tree. After 3 weeks, it looks like this picture...
yes it will
Mostly sunny; perhaps 70% of day. From this to this pictures enclosed in just 3 weeks....
If you are asking the size of the stalk, it was just over 1". After 3 weeks in the ground, it looks like this picture...
Hello and thank you for your interest! October Glory Maple trees are known to grow best in USDA Cold Hardiness Zones 4 - 9, meaning they will withstand temperatures below -20° F. If the average low for your area is above this, then the October Glory Maple should grow quite well there. I hope this helps you, thanks again for the question!
Yes it is. The best time to plant it is between Fall and Spring.