Autumn Blaze® Maple
America's' choice shade tree!
The Autumn Blaze maple grows about 3 feet or more in a year. This is definitely an
impressive tree characteristic worth mentioning, considering the fact that other maple tree
varieties grow slowly, or at a moderate rate. In other words, the growth rate of Autumn
Blaze maple is four times more than that of red maple tree. Whats more, it has won the
title as best urban tree many times.
Fastest Growing Maple
Consistent, Brilliant Red Fall Color - Rapid, Vigorous Growth - Zones 3
through 8 Quick Growing Shade Tree - Very Hardy - You won't be
disappointed with Autumn Blaze
Awarded 2004 Urban
Tree of The Year
If you want a large, fast-growing shade tree with spectacular fall color,
Autumn Blaze® maple is an excellent choice.
Autumn Blaze® is very adaptable to a wide range of climate and soil conditions. It
tolerates clay soil, and will withstand wet soil conditions and drought.This tree will grow
in a wide range of climates from Wisconsin to central Florida.
Hardy in USDA zones 3-8.
Grows 40 to 50 feet tall and 20 to 30 feet wide.
Autumn Blaze® Maple is a hybrid (red and silver maple) tree that has the vigor and
adaptability of the silver maple with the beauty and strength of the red maple.
The Autumn Blaze® Maple was chosen "Tree of the Year" in 1997 by Iowa's Nursery
and Landscape Association.
The new growth retains good red color after leaf drop and persists until the following
season, adding interest and color to the winter landscape.
|buy 1 Tree @ $81.85 .............>
buy 2 or more @ $69.95 ea. ..>
|You will never be disappointed with a Autumn Blaze® Maple tree!
|buy 1 Tree @ $56.95 .............>
buy 2 or more @ $46.95 ea. ..>
|Western State prices with extra S&H
AZ - CA - CO - ID - MT - NV - OR - UT - WA - WY
|Questions? Call (828)273-5771
6 to 7 ft. 1 tree :
6 to 7 ft. 2 or more
4 to 5 ft. 1 tree :
4 to 5 ft. 2 or more :
|Why take a chance with bare-root trees? Ours ship in the containers, not bareroot.
Containerized plants have a much higher survival rate than plants shipped bareroot. At Thuja Gardens we
stopped shipping bareroot maples a few years ago. We just got calls from to many unhappy customers.
When your containerized plants arive, just take them out of the box and keep them damp until ready to plant...NO HURRY