State Street Miyabe Maple
Family Aceraceae.
An outstanding specimen tree, featuring crisp, dark green summer foliage, and an upright rounded habit with a wide crown.
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State Street Miyabe Maples
Acer miyabei  'Morton'

"Selected from the collections of the Morton Arboretum, Lisle, Illinois, for its excellent branching character, a uniform broad-pyramidal habit, superior heat/drought tolerance, clean foliage and good yellow fall color. The parent tree, planted at the Morton Arboretum in the 1920s, measures 60' in height with a 50' spread at the base. This selection is a more cold-hardy alternative to A. campestre for northern growing conditions, and a more heat/drought-resistant alternative to A. platanoides for southern growing conditions. Zones 4-8." -- from Chicagoland Grows, "State Street Miyabe Maple"

Miyabe Maple is an outstanding specimen tree, featuring crisp, dark green summer foliage, and an appealing upright rounded habit with a wide crown. This tree likes full sun and grows best in moist, well-drained soils. Tolerant of mild drought, prefers slightly acid soil. Relatively short-lived fall color is a spectacular, vibrant butter-yellow to golden-yellow, depending on temperature changes and site conditions. [1]

State Street Miyabe Maple Summer Foliage
Maples are famous for their winged fruits, called samaras (but more commonly called helicopters or whirligigs).
State Street Miyabe Maple Fall Foliage
1. Colin Tudge, The Tree: A Natural History of What Trees Are, How They Live, and Why They Matter
2. National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Trees--E: Eastern Region, Chanticleer Press
3. State Street Miyabe Maples, Morton Arboretum accessions photos by Bruce Marlin
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Family Aceraceae - Maples
The Maples are some of our most familiar and beloved trees.  Most are native to the far east: China, Japan, Korea, Manchuria. Maples produce a distinctive winged fruit called a samara, also commonly known as helicopters or whirlybirds.
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