1. Japanese Maple
    1. Japanese maples can be trained into various shapes, left to grow on their own, or any combination in between, and do well inside containers.
    2. They prefer rich, well-drained soil and partially shady locations.
  2. Norway Maple
    1. The majestic Norway maple is frequently planted along city streets, as shade trees in front of homes, and in parks nationwide.
    2. They're very drought tolerant.
  3. Sugar Maple
    1. The native and deciduous sugar maple is responsible for the production of mouth-watering maple syrup, with leaves turning spectacular shades of bright orange, yellow and red.
    2. It grows best in full to partial sun and in a variety of well-drained soils, but requires frequent water especially during hot and dry weather.
  4. Silver Maple
    1. Silver maples have long, delicate leaves somewhat reminiscent of a willow, but with the characteristic five-points that mark the maple tree.
    2. This is a maple that needs moist soil and tolerates flood prone areas and is suitable growing near a creek or pond.