Native to Northern Europe, the Emerald Queen Norway Maple has been a North American variety for hundreds of years since being brought over by immigrants in early settlements. It reseeds easily, so it has naturalized in most parts of the continent with temperate climates.
If you’re looking for a small, showy, and rugged tree for Colorado’s extreme climates, look no farther than the Hot Wings Tatarian Maple. First cultivated by the Tatars of Russia and western Asia for windbreaks and shelter, it came to the U.S. with early immigrants from that area and has naturalized in parts of eastern North America.
If you’re looking for a compact tree with lots of character and style, you won’t do better than a Bigtooth Maple.
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