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Acer saccharum


Sugar Maple


Acer saccharum - Sugar Maple

About Sugar Maple at OSU's Landscape Plants site          

  • Native to eastern North America (Canada to Texas).

  • Source of maple sugar.

  • Can reach over 100’ but is usually less.

  • Leaves are 5-lobed. It is on the flag of Canada.

  • Winged seeds are U-shaped. Seed part is plump.

  • Bark of mature trees is in shaggy plates.

  • Fall color is scarlet, orange, or yellow.

  • Uncommon in the city and some of Portland’s trees do not achieve high fall color.

Tree #LocationDimensionsPhoto and Notes

3715 N Baldwin St

Right of Way

66' Height

60' Spread

10.4' Circ.

Acer saccharum - Sugar Maple