The majestic maple: mid-America's choice

Schoon, Kenneth J.
March 1994
Landscape Management;Mar94, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p48
Trade Publication
Deals with maple trees in the United States. Characteristics which contribute to maple's popularity; Statistics on the silver maple; Categories of communities with maple trees.


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