This Canadian favourite boasts flowers in the spring and colourful display each fall.
- 15-20 metres tall
- Full sun to part shade
- Sand, loam or clay soils
Common Name: Freeman’s Maple
Latin Name: Acer x freemanii
Type: Large tree
Exposure: Full sun to part shade
Soil: Sand, clay, loam
Moisture: Dry to slightly moist
Tolerances: Drought, compaction
Description: Hardy and fast-growing. Small red flowers appear in early spring providing bees with a much-needed food source. Bright green leaves turn brilliant yellows, oranges or reds in the fall. Supports almost 300 different caterpillar species.
Planting Notes: Plant a minimum 3m away from house or structures.
Watch this video to learn how freeman’s maple supports birds and other wildlife and builds resilience to climate change.
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