- Japanese maples. Hyland, Bob // Horticulture;Mar96, Vol. 74 Issue 3, p44
Presents photographs and descriptions of several Japanese maples.
- From the Ground Up: Maple Sugaring Behlen, Dorothy // American Forests;Mar1980, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p12
No abstract available.
- Big tooth maple. Johnson, Thomas A. // Flower & Garden;Sep/Oct97, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p42
Provides information about the bigtooth maple scientifically known as Acersaccharum grandidentatum. Determinants of bigtooth maple's color; Morphological description of the tree; Growing requirement of bigtooth maple.
- Leafing through maple lore. Casselman, Bill // Canadian Geographic;Sep/Oct97, Vol. 117 Issue 5, p25
Focuses on the maple trees which means a lot to Canadians. Folk lore surrounding the maple; Maple leaf as an emblem; Old English term for maple tree.
- maple syrup. Burnie, Geoffrey // Burke's Backyard;Feb2010, p93
The article offers information on how concentrated maple syrup is derived from maple tree in Australia.
- Domestic maples offer plain and fancy looks. Kaiser, Jo-Ann // Wood & Wood Products;May97, Vol. 102 Issue 6, p31
Focuses on hard maple, a domestic wood that provides a host of interesting looks. Figures which this species of woods exhibits; What hard maple is used to make; Difference between hard and soft timber; Number of species of maples worldwide; Other names for maple; Properties of maple wood.
- New finishes for maple. // Wood & Wood Products;Jun97, Vol. 102 Issue 7, p9
Presents information on maple wood. Origin of the wood; Popularity of maple; Ability of the maple to be shaped in a variety of finishes.
- Acer negundo `Flamingo'. Hayward, Pat // American Nurseryman;3/1/96, Vol. 183 Issue 5, p114
Features the plant Acer negundo otherwise known as `Flamingo' tricolor box elder. Classification; Mature height and spread; Landscape use; Ornamental characteristics.
- Maples and butternuts. Livingston, Kathryn E. // Country Living;Nov93, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p99
Relates the author's childhood memories of maple trees in her family's New York house in the 1950s. Imaginary things formed by the leaves; Maples as part of early memories; City officials decision to cut down the trees; Planting of butternut trees.
- Acer pseudo-sielboldianum. Morgenson, Greg // American Nurseryman;09/01/96, Vol. 184 Issue 5, p98
Features the Korean maple (Acer pseudo-sieboldianum), another species from the Acer family. Origin of the maple species; Characteristics of the maple tree; Availability of the tree; Disease or insect problems of the tree.