Deeply 5-lobed light green leaves (to 6” across) have silvery undersides. A compound infusion of the bark has been used as drops in treating blindness. Without proper and frequent pruning high winds and ice can cause limbs to break. The lobes are often very deep; the margins of the leaves are toothed and the upper surface is bright green while the … Its natural habitat is along stream banks, floodplains, and lake edges where it grows best on better-drained, moist alluvial soils. It should be saved for planting in wet areas or where nothing else will thrive. The leaf blades are similar to A. saccharinum but have V-shaped sinuses, a shorter central lobe, and teeth distributed over the apical 50–75% of the lobes. Suggested Use: Shade Tree, Street Tree, Rain Garden, Tolerate: Drought, Wet Soil, Black Walnut, Air Pollution. This species has become over planted. Form: Can become quite a large tree reaching over 100 feet tall, trunk usually short, dividing into several subtrunks. 0000007143 00000 n Silver Maple Tree (Acer Saccharinum) Silver maple (Acer saccharinum) tree. Under the exterior bark is a pinkish-brown inner bark. It has been used in the treatment of coughs, diarrhoea etc. Acer platanoides: broken leaf stalks yielding milky sap, flowers with yellow petals, and fruit wings diverging at an angle of 170-180 degrees (vs. A. saccharum, with broken leaf stalks yielding watery sap, flowers without petals, and fruit wings diverging at an angle of 60-120 degrees). 0000012025 00000 n Many authorities recommend against planting silver maple. 2) Origin: native to North America Uses: reclamation plant; shade tree; tree has been successfully grown in urban areas where air pollution, poor drainage, compacted soil, and/or drought are common Its leaves feature the deepest lobe-forming "cuts" among the naturally occurring Midwestern maples, and their undersides are silvery-whitish. 0000069132 00000 n Weak wood is a concern. samaras, 1.3" to 2.3" long, maturing in June ; one of the larger fruited maples ; Bark. Wood: Wood is pale, soft, weak, even-textured, rather brittle, easily worked, and decays readily when exposed. Flowers give way to paired samaras (to 2” long) that mature in late spring. 0000004065 00000 n Roots often grow on the surface of the soil, making mowing grass difficult under the canopy. It was in the best interest of the clients property to remove the tree. This is one of the largest deciduous trees native to Missouri, typically growing to 50-80’ (less frequently to 100’) tall with a rounded open spreading crown. Many authorities recommend against planting silver maple. Bark is gray to brownish gray. Amur maple trees are large multi-stemmed shrubs or small trees. Shallow roots may damage nearby sidewalks. We removed a Silver Maple “Acer Saccharinum” from over a clients barn. They turn a … A beautiful large landscape tree. 0000000994 00000 n Long slender branches … 0000069363 00000 n 0000004529 00000 n Bark Light Gray or Red Brown, Exfoliating. ����B� 6��JGG� `c`����X,����1���ѐ��уq P���W4�3�d:ː����¬������K��׎a������ M,`�cP����@,̠w� �� -�����uC72�}�` �Z�ޮ>W��b`k�\1)�q�+���A� *0 �3a Silver maple (Acer saccharinum) is the fastest growing maple either native or planted in Iowa. Bark is gray and smooth on young branches and trunk; breaking into narrow, flattened plates on older trunks that peel away slightly to give a rough, somewhat "shaggy" appearance. Perhaps best sited in areas of poor soil or low wet conditions where other stronger wooded trees will not grow. The bark is a food source for beavers and deer and rabbits browse the foliage. Bark smooth, gray when young, becoming shaggy with age. Bark is gray to brownish gray. Differences: The way to tell Red Maple and Sugar Maple apart is by the bark. Has separate male and female reproductive parts on the same tree (monoecious). The tree had 3 trunks with included bark. The tree is useful in wet areas, transplants easily, and can grow where few others can. As with many fast growing trees, silver maple has weak brittle branches that are susceptible to breaking in high winds or when coated with ice/snow in winter. Acer saccharinum ranges across much of the eastern U.S.A. from Minnesota to Louisiana and east to New Brunswick, Maine and Georgia. Deeply 5-lobed light green leaves (to 6” across) have silvery undersides. 0000007896 00000 n 0000000016 00000 n VLCL�,Q��u�d�+А?�5/�7 �@+������h��b�#ȷ�����l6������uh�D$�R�DZH�K���4�5�[&o� Acer saccharinum is a denizen of floodplains and riverine ecosystems, well known to Midwesterners. Unless your silver maple (Acer saccharinum) is young or recently injured, don't be worried about its peeling bark. Acer saccharinum Silver Maple Aceraceae. x�bb�b`b``Ń3Υ�� %RL Acer nigrum black maple: moist riverbottoms: Acer pensylvanicum. Mature tree trunks and limbs develop a shaggy appearance as the bark develops long thin flaky scales that exfoliate at the ends. It's is a medium-sized tree of short bole and quickly branching crown. Similar to red maple but coarser. The trunks tend to produce cavities, which can shelter squirrels, raccoons, opossums, owls and woodpeckers. Silver maple is a tall, fast-growing, native tree of eastern North America. 0000061534 00000 n Scientific name: Acer saccharinum Pronunciation: AY-ser sack-uh-RYE-num Common name(s): Silver Maple Family: Aceraceae USDA hardiness zones: 3 through 9 (Fig. red maple. %%EOF Amur Maple Tree (Acer ginnala) Amur maple (Acer ginnala) tree. It is a somewhat shade-tolerant species. It has attractive gray to dark brown bark that as the tree matures develops a shaggy appearance as the bark develops long thin flaky scales that exfoliate at the ends. 0000025340 00000 n Gentle winds transform silver maple trees (Acer saccharinum) into shimmery flashes of light. �{���Ϡ�a(�}QfH�쌻!�BW�(���PK5@ �c!|-�ĸX�K�I�b��͡�j�eD�x�XӡRt��;+�V��2�8R_D���oO��B� �S�h q7pz�}�6Ŧ���h�W�.�4�q׎�=nFז�8��q�s�B�h��K����� H�Ip��# �:��u�˛I &����ځ�G�U{R�ܳ6�d���o�f�be=QF�� m���� a2���s�rh)w՘J�D9tdc�Z�^�. Additionally, the leaves serve as a source of food f… Also susceptible to scale and borers. 0000005651 00000 n On old trees, it is reddish-brown, fur- rowed, and separated into large thin scales that ar e loose at the botto m.Twigs are chestnut brown and shiny. Easily grown in average, medium to wet soils in full sun to part shade. Acer saccharinum commonly known as silver maple gets its name from the silvery undersides of its leaves. 0000003281 00000 n 0000005574 00000 n It is a fast-growing, somewhat graceful tree that formerly was a very popular urban landscape selection for lawns and streets, but has more recently fallen somewhat out of favor because of the proclivity of its weak-wooded limbs to split when stressed by high winds or ice/snow. In leaf, leaf shapes separate species. trailer 0000069549 00000 n This species has become over planted. 178 0 obj <> endobj Leaves opposite, simple, 8-15 cm across and 15-17 cm long, deeply lobed (5-7 lobes), coarse, sharp, irregular teeth, bright green above and silvery white below and pubescent when young; petiole 8-12 cm long. It is native to the hardwood forests of eastern Canada, from Nova Scotia west through southern Quebec, central and southern Ontario to southeastern Manitoba around Lake of the Woods, and northcentral and northeastern United States, from Minnesota eastward to Maine and southward to northern Virginia, Tennessee and Missouri. 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They al… The infusion is also applied externally to old, stubborn running sores. Tree sap is sweet, hence the species name which comes from the Latin word for sugar, but syrups made therefrom are greatly inferior to those made from sugar maple (Acer saccharum).Genus name is the Latin name for a maple tree.Specific epithet means sugary in reference to the sweet sap. Prefers moist soils, but shows somewhat surprising tolerance for poor dry soils. Its natural habitat is along stream banks, floodplains, and lake edges where it grows best on better-drained, moist alluvial soils. The infusion is also applied externally to old, stubborn running sores. 0000002940 00000 n The name "chalk maple" (in addition to the Latin name, meaning "white skin") comes from the attractive smooth and thin chalky white or … Without proper and frequent pruning high winds and ice can cause limbs to break. Amur maple trees are large multi-stemmed shrubs or small trees. 0 A.K.A. striped maple: low elevation mountain forests: Acer platanoides. Polygamous greenish yellow flowers bloom in clusters in early spring (March) before the foliage. Silver maple (Acer saccharinum) is likewise heavily toothed, and the petioles are usually green, but may be red as well: The keys to distinguishing the two species are: The sinuses (spaces between the lobes) in red maple are V-shaped, while those of silver maple are U-shaped. Plant in full sun to partial shade in moist, well-drained soil. Eventually the tree would have broken apart and fallen on the barn. A compound infusion of the bark has been used as drops in treating blindness. ashy-gray bark ; clusters of "Christmas ornament" flower buds along with smaller vegetative buds ; twigs produce an odor when broken ; confused with Acer saccharinum. Silver maple tends to develop cavities that are used by cavity- Ornamental Characteristics. The Garden wouldn't be the Garden without our Members, Donors and Volunteers. 0000061756 00000 n 0000001344 00000 n <<3A3D1CEC73674549B9B1A65A2AACA8D4>]>> Beige or Brown Samara, Large (1.50 - 3.00 inches), fruiting in Summer. The sap has been used for treating sore eyes. Insects infesting silver maple trees (Acer saccharinum) range from nothing more than an annoyance to a more serious concern that can lead to the trees' defoliation and loss of vigor. It's is a medium-sized tree of short bole and quickly branching crown. Silver maple has a vase shape and is a rapidly growing, fairly weak-wooded tree that reaches a height of 60 to 80 feet with a 5- to 6- foot diameter trunk on a moist site. In many parts of the eastern U.S., the large rounded buds are one of the primary food sources for squirrels during the spring, after many acorns and nuts have sprouted and the squirrels' food is scarce. Height 100' or more with a diameter of up to 36" or more; trunk usually short, divided into a number of long ascending limbs that are again divided and their small branches droop but turn upward at tips, forming a broad, rounded crown. planted in urban areas: Acer rubrum. The bark can be eaten by beaver and deer. Size: Tree > 30 feet Height: 50' - 70' (spread 35' - 50') Leaves: Deciduous Shape: oval to rounded Ornamental Other: A particularly large, fast-growing, and as a result, weak-wooded tree. Trunk bark of mature trees is gray and rough-textured, consisting of flattened scales and straight to curving furrows. 0000009716 00000 n Botanical name: Acer saccharinum Family: Aceraceae. 0000006426 00000 n It is usually thin, smooth and gray on young trees, becoming thicker, darker and deeply furrowed into vertical, occasionally scaly ridges. endstream endobj 210 0 obj<>/Size 178/Type/XRef>>stream Amur Maple Tree (Acer ginnala) Amur maple (Acer ginnala) tree. 0000004808 00000 n It has been used in the treatment of coughs, diarrhoea etc. Bark is gray and smooth on young branches and trunk; breaking into narrow, flattened plates on older trunks that peel away slightly to give a rough, somewhat "shaggy" appearance. Out of leaf A. rubrum doesn't have "droop and swoop" branch tips like A. saccharinum Botanical name: Acer saccharinum Family: Aceraceae. Wood: Wood is pale, soft, weak, even-textured, rather brittle, easily worked, and decays readily when exposed. 0000002383 00000 n A tea made from the inner bark is a blood tonic, diuretic and expectorant. Expand. Cooperative Extension, which staffs local offices in all 100 counties and with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. x�b```b``=���� �A��bl,���a b`(z��dbb8�)��[�������ۣ�T� Bark: Light gray and smooth when young, when older breaks up into long thin strips, loose at ends. It is widely distributed in Wisconsin, more abundant in the south, and largely found along streams and lakes and in deciduous swamps. Norway maple. soft maple, river maple, white maple, water maple, silverleaf maple, creek maple. Bark: gray brown, smooth on young trunks, older trunks fissured with long, and irregular flakes. (Compare to other common landscape maples.) leucoderme NC State University and N.C. A&T State University work in tandem, along with federal, state and local governments, to form a strategic partnership called N.C. The bark is a food source for beavers and deer and rabbits browse the foliage. Fall color is usually unremarkable. The seeds are also a food source for squirrels, chipmunks and birds. Susceptible to verticillium wilt, anthracnose and canker. Sugar maple is best known for being the primary source of maple syrup The silver maple is also known as Acer saccharinum, soft maple, river maple, silverleaf maple, swamp maple, water maple, and white maple. ashy-gray bark ; clusters of "Christmas ornament" flower buds along with smaller vegetative buds ; twigs produce an odor when broken ; confused with Acer saccharinum. 178 34 Silver maple is a tall, fast-growing, native tree of eastern North America. 0000011340 00000 n Click on images of Silver Maple to enlarge. Click on images of Silver Maple to enlarge. Mature tree trunks and limbs develop a shaggy appearance as the bark develops long thin flaky scales that exfoliate at the ends. Wildlife uses the silver maple in various ways. 0000014695 00000 n 0000001985 00000 n Height 100' or more with a diameter of up to 36" or more; trunk usually short, divided into a number of long ascending limbs that are again divided and their small branches droop but turn upward at tips, forming a broad, rounded crown. soft maple, river maple, white maple, water maple, silverleaf maple, creek maple. xref No serious insect or disease problems. %PDF-1.4 %���� It is native to eastern and central North America where it typically occurs in moist to wet, sometimes mucky, often poorly drained soils on floodplains, along the edges of streams and rivers and in low woods. Out of leaf A. rubrum doesn't have "droop and swoop" branch tips like A. saccharinum 0000008029 00000 n Acer saccharum, the sugar maple or rock maple, is a species of flowering plant in the soapberry and lychee family Sapindaceae. 0000003701 00000 n 211 0 obj<>stream Silver maple tends to develop cavities that are used by cavity- 0000001826 00000 n 0000005064 00000 n Acer rubrum × Acer saccharinum → Acer ×‌freemanii Murray is a rare maple hybrid known from MA, ME, NH, VT. This is a fault in the tree which makes it very weak. 0000005325 00000 n 0000010563 00000 n 0000004565 00000 n Fall color is usually unremarkable. Latin name: Acer saccharinum Synonyms: Acer dasycarpum, Acer eriocarpum Family: Aceraceae (Maple Family) Medicinal use of Silver Maple: An infusion of the bark is used in the treatment of coughs, cramps and dysentery. Shading Capacity Rated as Moderate in Leaf. Acer rubrum × Acer saccharinum → Acer ×‌freemanii Murray is a rare maple hybrid known from MA, ME, NH, VT. The leaf blades are similar to A. saccharinum but have V-shaped sinuses, a shorter central lobe, and teeth distributed over the apical 50–75% of the lobes. The leaves are opposite, simple, and palmately lobed with five lobes. In leaf, leaf shapes separate species. 0000001521 00000 n This plant was seen as a good street tree replacement for American Elms, however, due to its weak wooded nature and large size, it is known to drop limbs. Silver Maple Acer saccharinum Maple family (Aceraceae) Description: This tree is 60-100' tall at maturity, forming a short broad trunk and an ovoid to obovoid crown that is defined by long ascending branches of considerable size. By Jolene Hansen Unless your silver maple (Acer saccharinum) is young or recently injured, don't be worried about its peeling bark. It is usually found growing in open sunlight along creeks and waterways. 0000008844 00000 n ... but not as noticeable as Acer rubrum or Acer platanoides flowers; Fruit. Latin name: Acer saccharinum Synonyms: Acer dasycarpum, Acer eriocarpum Family: Aceraceae (Maple Family) Medicinal use of Silver Maple: An infusion of the bark is used in the treatment of coughs, cramps and dysentery. The tree will often grow multi-stemmed unless trimmed as single stem style when young. It occurs from northeastern Canada west through Ontario, south to north Florida, and west through Arkansas and Oklahoma. The leavesare opposite, deeply five-lobed; and the edges are irregular and sharply toothed.The upper surface is pale green, the lower, silvery white. The silver maple is also known as Acer saccharinum, soft maple, river maple, silverleaf maple, swamp maple, water maple, and white maple. Silver maple is mostly restricted to rich, moist bottomland soils bordering streams, swamps, and lakeshores, but is capable of development on dry upland sites as well, particularly as an ornamental. 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