Ruby Slippers Amur Maple
Ruby Slippers Amur Maple's dense canopy is adorned by showy bright red samaras in late spring. Its fine-textured green leaves transition to a brilliant red in the fall.
Why it rocks:
Ruby Slippers Amur Maple shows off in early summer with its bright red samaras that contrast against its medium-green leaves which will transition to a brilliant red in the fall. Ruby Slippers Maple has a dense upright spreading to a rounded canopy once it reaches full maturity.
Where to put it:
Ruby Slippers Amur Maple is an excellent choice for a specimen tree in the landscape. Plant it anywhere shade and ornamental interest are needed.
What it needs:
Ruby Slippers Amur Maple prefers well-drained soil and will do well in full sun to part shade, performing well in a variety of site conditions. Be sure to follow our watering guidelines for the first few growing seasons until the root system is well-established.
|Botanical Name||A. ginnala ‘Ruby Slippers’|
|Tree Type||Shade, Ornamental & Flowering|
|Size Range||Small Tree (15-25 feet)|
|Shape||Round, Upright Spreading/Arching|
|Foliage Color||Medium Green|
|Fall Color||Brilliant Red|
|Decorative Fruit||Bright Red Samaras|
|Landscape Uses||Shade, Ornamental/Flowering|
|Standout Feature||Bright Red Samaras, Upright Spreading to Rounded, Bright Red Fall Color|