Acer saccharum 'Newton Sentry'

Also known as:

  • Newton Sentry Sugar Maple

Plant Type

tree

Zones

4a-8b

Size

H:30'-50'
W:1'-3'

Growing Conditions

Soil Needs:

well-drained, rich

Water Needs:

regular

Sun Exposure:

sun, mostly sun, bright shade, dappled shade, mostly shade

Features

Foliage Season:

deciduous

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Found in1885 at the entrance to the Newton, MA cemetery. This is said to be the most upright of any maple. Will get 30’ x 2’ in many years. The deep green leaves turn yellow-orange in fall.

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Described by F.L. Temple as "exhibiting towering shafts of foliage" - heavily contrasting the spreading habit of the species. This tree is about 3' wide when 30' tall, unbelievably narrow. This is likely the same variety as 'Temple's Upright' and there is some confusion between this variety and 'Monumentale' - both of which are unbelievably narrow. 'Newton Sentry' has major and minor vertical branches with short, stubby lateral branches - in sum, this trees is incredible, and although it has been around since the 1860's it is RARELY seen as it is very difficult to propagate. A necessity in any serious collection.

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