Teton Bigtooth Maple

Acer grandidentatum
25 feet high x 20 feet wide
Broad rounded shape
Zone 3
Full Sun to Part Shade

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We named this tree because the seed source was collected from the northern-most range found in Teton County in Wyoming. Considered to be a small maple but often exceeds expectations in both height and width when planted in the landscape. Bigtooth maples are considered a sugar maple of the West, having evolved to deal with extreme weather and alkaline soil conditions, whereas the sugar maples of eastern North America simply can’t cope with these conditions. Expect outstanding autumn foliage ranging from orange to red.