NOTE: Second photo shows tree of the same parentage in its fall colors; seedlings for sale are in leaf, luch and putting on new growth. Sizes and prices listed below.
PERFECT TIME OF YEAR TO TRANSPLANT--trees are now dormant but roots develop all winter.
Yard beauty and shade or economical means of lining a driveway or property line with natural beauty.
Very hardy for our climate, good thrivers. May be tapped like sugar maples when mature. These are the same type of maples sold in our local nurseries.
Leaves are green to maroon in spring, green through the summer, and range from brilliant yellow to beautiful orangey and russet gold in the fall.
Bare Root: 3'-9' in-the-ground (bare root) saplings for sale, same type of maple. These take transplanting as well as or better than from a pot. $25 to $80 each.
Large pot of 6 saplings up to 4 1/2 feet tall, $150. Includes one sapling with maroon leaves in the spring.
Large pot of about 8 small saplings up to 3 1/2 feet tall, $50.
Pot of about 10 small saplings up to 3 feet tall, $50.
Pots with approx. ten-fifteen 5"-10" seedlings per pot, $20 each pot.
Pots of 5 seedlings, also $20 each.
Individual 5"-16" seedling maples in pots, $5-$15/pot.
Other combinations available. Multiples should be separated while dormant and individually planted.
I also have White Paper Birch young seedling/saplings, $10-$20 each, and Yellow and Purple Plums, 2-4', $20-$25 each, 6/$100.
Smaller maple seedlings are great size and flexibility for bonzai tree artistry and some already have unique curves and twists.
Once in the ground, all of these will put on vigorous new growth this year.
Hardy to Zone 3, and one of the faster growing maple varieties.