Acer saccharum Lagacy®
Common name: 
Lagacy Sugar Maple
A-ser sak-KAR-um
Sapindaceae, Aceraceae
Native to (or naturalized in) Oregon: 
  • Broadleaf, deciduous, rapid growing tree, densely-branch, upright and pyramidal habit, to 30 ft tall and 20 ft wide (9 x 6 m), mature size is about 50 ft tall and 35 ft wide (15 x 10.6 m).  Leaves opposite, simple, 9-14 cm long and 12-19 cm wide, dark green, glossy, leathery, thick, and resistant to tattering in the wind.  Brilght red fall color with touches of pink, orange and golden yellow.

  • Hardy to USDA Zone 4    Developed in Champagne County, Illinois, US Plant Patent 4,979, Feb. 1, 1983.

  • Sun, best on well-drained soil, tolerant to sandy and clay conditions, only occasional watering when established

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  • plant habit

    plant habit

  • leaves and fruit cluster

    leaves and fruit cluster