Acer rubrum ‘Bowhall’

Bowhall Red Maple

An upright, narrowly columnar tree, good for street tree use. The branching is symmetrical. The summer foliage is dark green, greyish beneath. The fall color is a dependable orange and red. Similar to 'Armstrong', but not as tall. Red Maples prefers average to wet conditions (but not standing water), and acidic soils. It should be grown in full sun. Selected by Scanlon Nursery and named in 1951 after the street it was found on.

  • Common Name: Bowhall Red Maple
  • Height: 40' tall
  • Spread: 15' wide
  • Type: Deciduous
  • Zone: 3 - 9

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