Autumn Blaze Red Maple,
Acer fremanii, 'Autumn Blaze'

Mature Height :
40-60 feet
Mature Spread :
40-60 feet
Mature Form :
Broad - Round
Growth Rate :
Sun Exposure :
Full Sun - Partial Sun
Soil Moisture :
Drought tolerant
Soil Type :
Widely adaptable
Flower Color :
Small, Red
Foliage Color :
Fall Color :
Bright Red & Orange
Zones :
4 - 8

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The Autumn Blaze Red Maple, Acer fremanii, 'Autumn Blaze', is an extremely fast-growing maple with brilliant red fall color. This tree has 3 qualities people are looking for in a modern day hybrid maple tree, "Fast Growth" - "Excellent fall color" and widely adaptable soil tolerance, while it prefers a good rich loam soil as does any maple it will grow will in less then ideal soils such as clay and sandy soils.

Fast Growing - Under ideal conditions it will grow 3ft or more per year.

The Autumn Blaze Red Maple is tolerant of clay soils and drought type conditions. The The Autumn Blaze Red Maple is a deciduous tree and develops a dense oval head with strong branching which makes it a popular shade tree as well as an ornamental tree.

Autumn Blaze Red Maple trees were developed in North Central Ohio. This tree will grow in a wide range of climates from Zones 4: -30 Degrees °F to Zones 8: +10 Degrees °F. Landscapers and home owners use this popular tree in many settings. See complete Maple Growing Zone info here

Where to plant: Plant this tree any where in your yard but keep it away from structures as it will get large, Do not plant it 3 ft from your house or 2 ft away from a fence.

It is not recommended to plant most maples close to your drive way as they can suffer from aphids. Aphids produce honeydew, a sticky substance that will get on your car if parked under the maple tree. Honeydew is harmless but a nuisance. Avoid it by "Planting Smart" when you plant your Autumn Blaze Red Maple.


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