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2" and 2.5"
Medallion and Emerald Lustre Norway Maples.

Tree of the Week

Norway MapleNorway Maple

Hardiness Zones: 4 to 7
Height: 50 ft
Spread: 50 ft
Form: rounded
Type: deciduous tree
Annual Growth Rate: 12 to 18 inches

Comments: Norway Maple's dense shade and shallow root system provide stiff competition for lawn grasses. The tree is easily transplanted and has yellow flowers and fall color. Often used, as a park or street tree. Wrap trunks of young trees to help prevent frost crack formation.

Developed by Lake County Nursery in Ohio, the Medallion(TM) Maple is a beautiful variety with a dense crown, reaching 40 feet high by 45 feet wide. Foliage provides a three-season display, from light bronze-green in the spring, changing to deep green in mid-summer, and following through with a gold/red presentation in the fall.

The Emerald Lustre variety has a lovely golden-yellow fall color, and is highly rated for its excellent branching structure and vigorous growth. Its glossy summer foliage makes it an excellent street or landscape tree.

The Crimson varieties of Norway Maple are also very popular.

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