# How far apart do you plant autumn blaze maple trees?

**trees**between 40 and 50 feet

**apart**for the best root and canopy spacing. In addition, the

**maples**' stability in the soil may also be compromised with improper spacing -- they need strong and deep roots to remain upright during gusty days.

People also ask, how far apart should maple trees be planted?

The recommended **planting distance** between **maple trees** is generally 25 feet. This figure takes into account how the roots of some species of maples **grow** deep while others produce shallow roots that **grow** nearer the surface of the soil.

**Plant**these

**maples**in the fall or spring in a site with full sun.

**Autumn Blaze maple**tree care is easiest if the trees are planted in well-drained, moist, fertile soil. However, like silver

**maple**,

**Autumn Blaze**tolerates poor soil as well.

Likewise, how close to the house can you plant an autumn blaze maple?

If possible, space the trees between 40 and 50 feet apart for the best root and canopy spacing. In addition, the **maples**' stability in the soil may also be compromised with improper spacing -- **they** need strong and deep roots to remain upright during gusty days.

Like its silver **maple** parent, **Autumn Blaze**® grows quickly. The growth rate of this cultivar is about four times faster than that of a red **maple**. Under optimal conditions it **can** grow 3 feet or more per year. Eventually it **will** grow 40-60 feet **tall** and 40-50 feet **wide**.