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Sugar Maple Tree Bare Root

  • Each sugar maple turns a different shade of bright fall color
  • Leaves can turn scarlet, yellow, orange and any shade between
  • Capable of producing delicious maple syrup when mature
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Product Overview

A Sugar Maple almost requires no introduction, largely due to the fact that Maple Syrup derived from this hardy tree has made dessert for breakfast culturally acceptable for generations. Indeed, its edible by-product has projected the Sugar Maple tree to become a household name but when mentioning this tree, it would be a shame to not mention both its hardiness and pure natural beauty. Those who reside in the Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada are likely well aware that a Sugar Maple can not just tolerate, but thrive in extremely harsh winter conditions. A Sugar Maple has no trouble living through months below freezing and frigid winds throughout the winter. Its cold-tolerance makes it ideal for its native Northeastern home, but also for the Midwest and Rocky Mountain states. But hardiness isn't all this tree has to offer, in fact Sugar Maples are known for some of the brightest late fall color and because they are grown from seed, every tree will be uniquely colored. Vivid orange is the most common, yet bright red and neon yellow are quite likely as well. The Sugar Maple is an excellent choice for those looking for a native, hardy, and beautiful tree.
  • Brilliant autumn colors range from yellow, to, orange, to bright red
  • Produces sweet and delicious maple syrup
  • Thrives in harsh winter conditions
  • Native to North America
  • Extremely cold hardy

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Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height (in.)
1200
Mature Width (in.)
600

Details

Additional Characteristics
Deer Resistant,Disease Resistant,Drought Tolerant,Erosion Control,Insect Resistant,Non-GMO,Water-Wise,Windbreak
Average Shipping Height (in.)
42
Best Time to Plant
Fall to Spring
Blossom Color
No Blossoms
Botanical Name
Acer saccharum
Common Name
Maple Tree
Evergreen or Deciduous
Deciduous
Fragrance
Non-Fragrant
Growth Habit
Upright
Hardiness Zone
3 (-40 to -30 F),4 (-30 to -20 F),5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)
Optimal Soil Condition
Neutral
Recommended Space Between Plantings (in.)
120
Returnable
180-Day
Shipped As
Bare Root
Sun Tolerance
Sun or Shade
Wildlife Attracted
Birds
Wildlife Deterred
No Wildlife Deterred

Questions & Answers

13Questions17Answers

I have a rather small backyard, so I need something with a non-invasive root system. What is the...

Asked by mel January 6, 2019
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The maple comes with some big and smaller roots, which do not appear to be invasive. The tree shipped is not big.

How big is this tree when shipped?

Asked by Hunter January 12, 2019
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Comes in a box and is 3 feet tall. Small branches. Good luck !!

I'm not understanding when it say box next to it ...Do they come in a box ?? How big are they when they get delivered

Asked by Maria March 27, 2019
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The tree will come in a box (almost 3 feet long). My tree was actually cut to fit the box. Tree diameter is like a thumb.

We have extremely sandy soil,will the sugar maple grow in it? Also, is it balled or naked roots?

Asked by Gerry April 8, 2019
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Is dead tree send me new one instead

Looking for a good shade tree for Phoenix Arizona but do not want something that drops pods. Any suggestions

Asked by Jj April 13, 2019
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Try an aspen or poplar. They grow huge and super fast

Would this survive in an Phoenix, Az summer?

Asked by Gate August 25, 2019
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Hello, thanks for the question! A Sugar Maple tree would survive in Phoenix, but may experience long term issues due to the excessive heat that Sugar Maples aren't accustomed to. Autumn Blaze or October Glory Maple trees would likely serve you best as they both have bright, vivid fall color similar to a Sugar Maple. I hope this answers your question, thank you again!

can this tree live in a large container ?

Asked by jo June 26, 2019
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No, it is not recommended to be planted to a large container

Is this sugar maple tree a fast grower? Does this tree drop any seed pods or messy tree stuff?

Asked by Michelle June 25, 2019
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tree arrived dead, not dormant

I AM LOKING FOR 6 FEET HIGHT ABOVE THE GROUND . DO YOU HAVE?

Asked by BYJU May 12, 2020
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My tree arrived in a timely manner. It was basically a stick maybe 3 ft tall. I figured it was just dormant and put it in the ground, but it’s been weeks and it’s obvious it wasn’t doing ANYTHING. Pulled it up and scored it... there is no green to be found. It’s dead. The roots are shriveled and black.

I live in Central Florida, will the Sugar Maple survive our hot summers?

Asked by Virginia April 7, 2019
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Yes, this tree can survive the hot summer in Central Florida.

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Customer Reviews

  • 46 Customer Reviews
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I got my treese in a good time did everything I was supposed to before and after getting them in ...
I got my treese in a good time did everything I was supposed to before and after getting them in the ground. Been about 2 weeks now and I'm starting to think they are dead wish I could get ahold of them and see what they suggest happened. If anyone can show them this I'd be happy
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I bought 3 trees; an Autumn Blaze maple, (doing well), an October Glory maple, smaller and still ...
I bought 3 trees; an Autumn Blaze maple, (doing well), an October Glory maple, smaller and still with little to no growth, and a Sugar maple, (the smallest, still with no growth). They are trees, and I am patient...but it is hard to recommend at this time. Feel free to ask me again for a review in 2 weeks! (They were all planted 2 weeks ago.)
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Arrived dormant, with beautiful tiny buds, great would buy again and have time to order another
Arrived dormant, with beautiful tiny buds, great would buy again and have time to order another
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The sugar maple was not healthy when it came. I returned it and got a refund.
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The sugar maple was not healthy when it came. I returned it and got a refund.
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Don't buy
All they are selling is dead stick's. Home Depot is a scam.
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I bought 2 plants in June and delivery was done...
I bought 2 plants in June and delivery was done within 2 weeks. Which was nice. But I am still waiting for 2 months and no sign of new leaves. I think they are not going to survive though I water them on a regular basis. May not buy barefoot plant in future.
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looks like a 3 ft wooden stick
I planted this tree 3 months ago and until now no signs of going to live this tree.
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left in water for two days and then planted. saw...
left in water for two days and then planted. saw sprouting in two weeks with high 80 low 90's temp. great purchase. fast and easy
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Horrible experience....
Horrible experience.
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They came on time and in good health. Thanks so...
They came on time and in good health. Thanks so much!
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