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Red Maple

The glossy, dark green summer foliage of the red maple turns bright red in the fall, followed by clusters of tiny red flowers in spring. At up to 70 feet tall and 30 feet wide, fully grown, this large deciduous beauty needs plenty of space. The red maple does best in well-drained soil.

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