Bigtooth Maple Photo Gallery
Bigtooth Maple Habitat
Bigtooth Maples (Acer grandidentatum) thrive in the west canyon, plateaus and mountain slopes with access to water.
Bigtooth Maple Facts
Bigtooth Maples (Acer grandidentatum) are sometimes called the western cousin to the east’s sugar maple. Its sap was used by Native Americans to produce syrup. Its beautiful fall foliage turns yellow then a brilliant red. It is commonly seen along trails through canyons near streams where its roots have access to moist soil.