1 Bowhall Red Maple

Bowhall Red Maple near Municipal Court at Griffith Park Building.Facts About Bowhall Red Maple

Acer rubrum 'Bowhall'

Native to: Eastern North America
Crown: Columnar to tightly pyramidal
Height: 45 feet
Width: 15 - 20 feet
Growth Rate: Moderate

Characteristics Foliage is orange-red in fall. Bowhall has showy flowers and dull red fruit. This is a nice shade tree. It is more uniform that other columnars.

Negative Features: Occasionally susceptible to aphids and scale that can cause honeydew drip and sooty mold problems. Surface roots can cause problems with sidewalks.

Uses: Good for narrow setbacks and tight situations where room allows, on arterial, collector and residential streets. Recommend for use in wetlands and narrow setbacks.

Comments: Bowhall Red Maple is similar to Armstrong Red Maple, Tree #124. It is a good Red Maple cultivar for use along streets.

Medium green summer leaves of the Bowhall Red Maple.
Engraved stone sign for Bowhall Red Maple, Acer rubrum 'Bowhall.'
Graphic of a golden, smiling sun.
Graphic of planter dimension for 6 ft.