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Scarlet Red Maple
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Our Scarlet Red Maple Trees ship as 2 foot bare root plants
AVAILABLE WITH SURVIVAL PACK AT A DISCOUNTED PRICEOrders shipping to the following states: AZ, CA, CO, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT, WA, and WY are subject to a 20% handling charge due to additional plant preparation and shipping surcharges.
Scarlet Red maple; Think a brisk autumn walk along a calm country lane, with the brilliant fiery red fall leaf colors of the scarlet red maple. You will find the Scarlet Red Maple is priced much less then the cultivars and gives the best bang for your dollar of any of the fast growing shade trees.
Scarlet Red maples have long been valued as ornamental trees for shade, specimen, autumn accent, or wet sites because of their ease of establishing rapid growth, brightly colored flowers and fruit, and fall leaf colors that will ranging from yellow to orange to the brilliant red foliage that it's known for.
Whether you are lining a lane on your property, planting a few specimen trees, or wanting a fast growing, quick shade tree, you are making the right choice with the Scarlet Red Maple.
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