Acer rubrum


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Noun1.Acer rubrum - maple of eastern and central AmericaAcer rubrum - maple of eastern and central America; five-lobed leaves turn scarlet and yellow in autumn
maple - any of numerous trees or shrubs of the genus Acer bearing winged seeds in pairs; north temperate zone
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Acer Rubrum "Karpick Maple" trees were decided on as the replacements.
Miscellaneous hardwoods included all other hardwoods with Acer rubrum (red maple) and Nyssa sylvatica (black gum) being the most abundant species.
If there is space why not plant Acer rubrum 'Scanlon,' the Red Maple, more upright than its parent, thus requiring less space, but colouring just as well.
El noveno manuscrito presenta el tema del comportamiento elastico de la madera de Acer rubrum y de Abies balsamea, dos maderas canadienses, por Hernandez-Maldonado y Sotomayor-Castellanos.
Peatlands in Indiana naturally trend toward development into lowland forests dominated by Acer rubrum (Swinehart & Parker 2000).
Providing 81 cappadocicum Acer Rubrum (lot 1) and 18 Quercus cerris (lot 2).
Easily recognizable from its distinctive "helicopter" seed pods, the Acer rubrum or Red Maple offers us a view of winged fruits.
ACER SACCHARUM, AND VARIOUS SPECIES OF ACER INCLUDING ACER RUBRUM, ACER SACCHARUM AND ACER NIGRUM OF THE FAMILY AcERACEAE
Dominant species in the sapling stratum included Acer rubrum, Nyssa sylvatica, and Prunus alabamensis.
The Sugar Maples, Acer sacharum and saccharinum, are well worth planting, along with Acer rubrum for fiery, intense colour.
Perhaps the most common is the Red Maple, Acer rubrum.
Wooded swamp occupied the next largest area and its cover consisted mainly of Acer rubrum (28%) and Fraxinus americana (12.