Would you grow in your own garden ball maples?
Growing shrub with a length of 4 m, usually on a rootstock grafted, he is small, slow to a small tree with a rounded Crown. Because of its striking foliage color the ball is an attractive spring tree. The foliage unfolds in the spring with a characteristic pink color, and within a few weeks, turned into a yellow orange hue. Later, the leaves are light green, yellow green and last -. While the leaves unfold, yet the flowers appear. This tree can be found in almost every Park. It is also suitable for small gardens. He is tolerant against damp, cold floors and resistant to wind. The bright sunlight can burn the leaves.
Ball Maple diseases
Some butterfly species use the ball Maple to forage. The aphids are also more Pflanzensauger at the ball Maple. In the landscaping of Dimethoate spray will solve this problem.
In the United States and Canada, all ball maple species of the Asian longhorn beetle hardwoods are threatened.
The ball maples are affected by fungal diseases. Several are susceptible to wilting of the Verticillium species caused, can cause significant mortality. Rußbeschmutzte bark disease of the Cryptostromaarten caused, can destroy such trees that are under stress from drought. The Maple leaves in late summer and autumn are disfigured by “tar spot”, which are caused by mildew.
Height – 5-7 mCrown – round-shapedTree bark and twigs – grey, grey and olive greenFoliage – pink with yellow orange to light-green, 12-20 cmFlowers – yellow green in AprilFruits – swinging nutsGrowing – small gardens, parksSoil type – allWind-resistant – very good
Wide round Crown
Seen in the Park
In the front yard
Small and decorative
Lush shade of the Garden Bench
Maple tree in the Park
Runda Horn diseases
This beautiful tree looks elegant and decorative