Sugar Maple tree – Acer Saccharum – Dormant – Hardwood Maple – 6 to 10 inches

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Template By Froo! Sugar Maple tree – Acer Saccharum – Dormant – Hardwood Maple – 6 to 10 inches Sugar MapleAcer Saccharum Sign up for our newsletter for weekly updates. This listing is for one Dormant sapling, Sugar Maple tree, that ranges in size between 6 and 10 inches. They will be shipped dormant until

Template By Froo! Sugar Maple tree – Acer Saccharum – Dormant – Hardwood Maple – 6 to 10 inches Sugar MapleAcer Saccharum Sign up for our newsletter for weekly updates. This listing is for one Dormant sapling, Sugar Maple tree, that ranges in size between 6 and 10 inches. They will be shipped dormant until end of March. The tree you will receive will be between these ranges of size as there will be slight differences from the photos in the listing as no two plants are the same. They will be gaunranteed vibrant and healthy and ready for transplanting. We do not ship with the pot as the pot allows for too much soil moisture evaporation. It will be securely adhered to the package wall for the safest shipping method possible. We grow everything organically with a beneficial insect program. We do not use chemical fertilizers, pesticides or fungicides. We use a preventive program for pests with the use of Ladybugs, Green Lacewings to battle soft bodied bugs and Nematodes in the soil to combat any soil dwelling pests. Our dedication to safe and harmless plants is seen throughout all of our products. We are all stewards to Planet Earth and we must protect it. Scientific Classification: Kingdom: PlantaeOrder: SapindalesFamily: SapindaceaeGenus: AcerSpecies: A. SaccharumZone Range: 3 to 8 General description: Native range: Hardwood forests of Eastern Canada. Mature Height: 40 to 115 ft. Mature Width: 30 to 40 ft. Sun Preference: Full Sun to part shadeLeaf structure: Palmate with 5 lobes and borne in opposites pairs. Fall colors range from bright yellow to fluorescent red-orange. Stem Structure: Young color is green then turns to deep brown to grey.Bark Structure: Shaggy bark on older trees but smooth bark on younger trees. Bloom Timing: April. It begins to flower at age 10 and does so until 200 years. Growth Habit: Dense rounded crowns. In dense forests they have small crowns. Soil Preference: Sand, clay, loam, peat.Water Preference: MediumMaintenance: MediumMain use of tree: Ornamental for fall color. Maple syrup production. Firewood and as a shade tree. General Notes: They can live to a ripe old age of 300 years. “Maples, particularly Sugar Maple, are among the leading furniture woods. This species is used for flooring, boxes and crates, and veneer. Some trees develop special grain patterns, including birdseye maple with dots suggesting the eyes of birds, and curly and fiddleback maple, with wavy annual rings. Such variations in grain are in great demand. The boiled concentrated sap is the commercial source of maple sugar and syrup, a use colonist learned from the Indians. Each tree yields between 5 and 60 gallons of sap per year; about 32 gallons of sap makes 1 gallon of syrup or 4 1/2 pounds of sugar.” (Knopf, Little, 580) Soil pH level guide: Acid to Neutral to Alkaline. Acidic soil has a pH of 1 to 6.5. Neutral soil has a pH of 6.6 to 7.3. Alkaline soil has a pH of 7.4 to 14. If you do not know your garden’s pH level please go out an buy a cheap soil pH testing kit which can be found in any hardware store, typically under $5.00. If you have any questions please let us know. We are here to help! We want you to make the right choice for your growing desires. With each order, we send along an informational packet to help you along with your growing adventures. We Offer two shipping services:USPS First class shipping – 3 to 5 day delivery service and is the less expensive option. Priority Shipping USPS is a 1 to 3-day delivery service and is the more expensive option. We offer this option because it is insured and will arrive to you the fastest for the price. We are a registered New York State Nursery. We are inspected and licensed by New York State Dept. of Agriculture and Markets as nursery stock growers. We are certified pest and disease free. Our license Number: 643990 – feel free to look us up on the New York State Dept. of Ag and Markets website. All information in this listing is copyrighted by Dylman Gardens. About Us About Us Dylman GardensOur country, The United States of America, is a place where small business is the backbone of the fabric we all call home. That is why it is so important to support those who have helped build this country. Dylman Gardens consists of a husband and wife team, Ryan & Erica Hamlet, but it doesn’t stop there. This business has its roots in a family that has been farming in Sheridan, New York for 6 generations. Plants are in the blood of our being. We know nothing but growing. We are located on the coast of Lake Erie in the heart of Western New York’s grape country. Vineyards are as far as the eyes can see. The air is filled with hard work and dedication to something that we all benefit from, plants. When you buy from us, you are buying from a family that has a stake in the building blocks of the United States. Each plant we sell helps stabilize the life of farming small business. As citizens we all have a stake in this game of the red, white, and the blue. Payment Payment We accept payment by: Paypal. Shipping Shipping WE ship on Mondays and Wednesdays. This is for the safety of the plants. Typically they will be received by the end of the week if shipped at the beginning. We may delay shipments due to weather, mainly temperatures during the winter and summer months. We want you to receive the nicest plant we can offer. Heat can dry out the best of packages. Please take note that we have no control over our packages once they are in the hands of USPS. Any questions should be directed to USPS with your valid tracking information once tracking information has been updated. If you can not find your tracking number contact us and we will verify your order’s tracking number. You will receive tracking information (via eBay/PayPal) when the shipping label is created and when our USPS agent has scanned in the package. Tracking information can take 24 hours to be updated. Please refer to USPS website once the label has been created. Terms Terms We warrantee and represent that the Plants are as described in the above listing. Every plant is different. There will be variations in size but always within the parameters that are established in the body of the listing. The quality will always be represented to the fullest. Plants are alive and can be affected in all sorts of ways during shipping. The shipping process will undoubtedly be the most stressful situation that the plant will go through. We do everything possible to make sure the quality of the plants do not suffer during a stressful shipment. Once they are received they need immediate care. Their roots need air, and their soil watered. Do not subject the plant to direct light, allow a 12 to 24 hours adjustment period. Transplant shock is a real thing. Be aware of it and take steps to alleviate it. Returns Returns WE typically do not accept returns as the plants don’t usually make the journey back. If there is any issue with your order please contact us and we will make sure the situation is resolved. We want you to be satisfied with the quality of plant you receive. We have a 2 day contact period from the time you receive your plant to the time you contact us. Pictures of the plant/s and shipping materials are needed for verification. After that time period we have no control over the viability of care that is being given to the plant. We guarantee against any defects or shipping errors that may occur during the shipping process.We will work out any issues that may arise with any given order. Please contact us if needed. You may also be interested in….. 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