Northwood Maple

Scientific name: Acer rubrum

The Northwood Maple (Acer rubrum ‘Northwood’), a distinguished variety of the native red maple, graces landscapes with its impressive presence. Flourishing robustly in USDA plant hardiness zones 3-9, this resilient deciduous tree is renowned for its iconic, lobed leaves and breathtaking autumnal display.

Reaching majestic heights of 40-60 feet with a spreading width of 25-40 feet, the Northwood Maple stands as a substantial and eye-catching centerpiece in any environment. Its foliage is characterized by lush green, deeply lobed leaves, providing ample shade and visual interest throughout the growing season.

Come fall, the Northwood Maple showcases a spectacular transformation.
The glossy green leaves transition into a vibrant tapestry of red, orange,
and gold, creating a stunning spectacle that enhances the beauty of its
surroundings.

Known for its adaptability to various soil types, this maple variety thrives
in full sun to partial shade. The Northwood Maple is an excellent choice
for those seeking a resilient and visually striking tree to adorn their
landscapes, offering year-round appeal and a touch of autumnal magic.