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Middle-aged ‘Schwedleri’ Norway Maple. ‘Schwedleri’ Norway Maple1 Edward F Department, Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville FL Acer platanoides‘Schwedleri’ -- ‘Schwedleri’ Norway Maple Page 2 The tree crown shows premature fall coloration. Middle-aged ‘Cleveland’ Norway Maple. ‘Cleveland’ Norway Maple1 Edward F Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville FL Acer platanoides‘Cleveland’ -- ‘Cleveland’ Norway Maple Page 2 The tree crown shows premature fall coloration and death of parts.

the spring. Norway Maple’s dense shade and shallow root system competes with lawn grasses, and the shallow roots can make mowing under the tree a little difficult, but this is less of a problem on this small cultivar. The tree is easily transplanted, grows slowly, is adapted to a wide variety of soils (including alkaline) and has brilliant yellow fall color unmatched by most trees.



Infected sapwood will be stained a dark or olive green, but staining can't always be found.



The tree is easily transplanted, grows quickly, is adapted to a wide variety of soils (including alkaline), and has brilliant yellow fall color unmatched by most trees. It can also tolerate coastal conditions. Well adapted to street tree plantings but it often gets scorched. ‘Crimson King’ Norway maple grows to a height of 35 to 45 feet spreading about 25 to 30 feet and is quite popular for its purple-green foliage throughout the summer (Fig.

1). Leaves turn brown, dark maroon or bronze in the fall before dropping. The oval to rounded crown fills with maroon-yellow flowers in the spring.

‘Crimson King’ Norway Maple’s dense shadeFile Size: KB. Norway Maple’s shallow root system competes with lawn grasses, and the shallow roots can make mowing under the tree difficult.

The shallow roots can heave sidewalks so be certain to locate the tree at least four to six feet away. The tree is easily transplanted, grows quickly, is adapted to a wide variety of soils (including alkaline) and has brilliant yellow fall color unmatched by most trees. Introduction Norway maple in cultivation has a height of 40 to 50 feet but can grow much taller when shaded on the sides. The rounded crown fills with greenish-yellow flowers in the spring.

Norway maple's dense shade and shallow root system competes with lawn grasses, and the shallow roots can make mowing under the tree difficult.





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