Midwestern Maples

Lyon, Edward
May 2000
American Nurseryman;05/01/2000, Vol. 191 Issue 9, p42
Trade Publication
Focuses on growing maple trees in the Midwest. Role of hardiness and siting in maple tree survival; Recommended maple tree species for growing; Description of some of the varieties of maple trees.


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