Maple Burgundy Belle

Maple Burgundy Belle is a cultivar of the Red Maple tree.

It was developed by the University of Minnesota in 1968 and was released to commerce in 1972.

The name derives from its burgundy-red fall coloration and its resemblance to the European Maple tree (Acer).

 It can reach heights up to 60 feet and has a spread of about 30 feet.

The Maple Burgundy Belle is a medium-sized tree that can grow up to 18 meters tall with a spread of 5 meters.

It has a nice pyramidal shape and it's very attractive.

The leaves are dark green and shiny, with a burgundy red tint.

Maple Burgundy Belle is a very attractive and large tree. It grows best in moist, well-drained soil.

It has a beautiful fall color, but it is not as showy as some other maples.