Autumn Blaze is a hybrid of red maple and silver maple. It has an upright slender shape. Its foliage in summer season is dark green but turns red to orange in fall. Producing very sparse flowers and fruits, this cultivar is much sought-after for its fall colorful foliage!
Nice, slender tree resulting from the cross between a Silver maple and Red maple. Its green foliage in summer turns to nice orange-red tones in fall. This tree has no fruits and has a rapid growth rate.
Maple tree with a regular, upright and oval habit. Cross between red and silver maple, this variety grows rapidly (more than 60cm per year when young) and bears a beautiful fall color. Excellent tree, resistant to insects and diseases and has a great advantage: being seedless.
Selected because of its superior habit and fall color, Matador™ turns deeper red than Autumn Blaze® and colors more consistently. An adaptable tree with an upright, symmetrical form. Gains its fall color a bit later than other cultivars and holds its leaves longer. Excellent choice for lawn, street or park.
Sienna Glen Maple is a deciduous tree with a distinctive and refined pyramidal form. Features showy clusters of red flowers along the branches in early spring before the leaves. It has green foliage throughout the season. The lobed leaves turn outstanding shades of orange, red and burgundy in the fall.
'Celebration' Maple features a large and oval habit with light green foliage in summer turning yellow and red in fall. Tolerant of urban pollution and bearing no fruits, it is a useful street tree or as a specimen tree in a large landscape. Pollution and diseases resistant. Showy autumn colours!
Ruby Slippers Amur Maple was selected for its straight trunk, dense upright spreading canopy. In early summer, an abundance of bright red samaras hang in pairs, like ruby red ballet slippers, from the tree branches! Bright red, orange and gold fall foliage. Tolerant of drought and urban conditions.
This small paperbark maple tree is noted for its peeling, cinnamon to reddish brown bark. Trifoliate leaves are dark green, but turn red in fall. Often grows in a multiple trunks fashion. Plant it in an area where it can be seen all season long. Perfect for small gardens.
Small tree with a slender, irregular shape and sparse at the top. It has green bark with white stripes on young subjects, very showy during winter. Pinkish leaves emerge in spring, turn deep green in summer and yellow in fall. Does not tolerate de-icing salt and drought.
This columnar shape tree, very narrow bears numerous upright branches, close to central trunk. Dense foliage, dark green in season, turns golden yellow in fall. The leaves are smaller and shallower lobed than the species. It shows a very good resistance to pollution. Use as a specimen or as a street-lining tree.