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Where can sugar maples grow?

Within the United States the species is found throughout New England, New York, Pennsylvania, and the middle Atlantic States, extending southwestward through central New Jersey to the Appalachian Mountains, then southward through the western edge of North Carolina to the southern border of Tennessee.

Where are most maple trees found?

Red maples are native to the eastern deciduous forest. They’re found from Maine west to Minnesota, south to Texas, and east to Florida.

Are maple trees only found in Canada?

Ten maple species are native to Canada, perhaps the best known being sugar maple (Acer saccharum) of eastern Canada and the northeastern United States. The Canadian flag displays a stylized maple leaf, and maple is Canada’s official arboreal emblem.
Maple Trees in Canada.

Published Online April 7, 2009
Last Edited June 15, 2021

Where are maple trees in the US?

Maple tree ID

Table 3.1. Maple species native to the United States.
Species Common Name Species Scientific Name General Geographic Distribution
Vine Maple Acer circinatum Pacific Coast of United States & Canada
Florida Maple Acer barbatum Southeast United States Coastal Plain & Piedmont