Bottling maple syrup Vine maple (Acer circinatum). Pacific Northwesterners will probably be aware of their native vine maple (Acer circinatum, zones 6 to nine), which grows as well in different portions of the rustic in smartly-drained soil with afternoon coloration. This little maple grows 20 to 30 toes tall and huge (from time to time extra in its house vary ), and I'm particularly interested to take a look at some more recent cultivars with purple leaves, like Pacific Purple. Photo via Wikimedia Commons consumer Walter SiegmundThere's more to maples than syrup. Expand your maple milieu with any of those 5 small and bizarre trees.
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