Sienna Glen Maple

Sienna Glen Maple trees are a relatively new variety.  The tree is a cross between a silver maple and red maple.  The tree was patented in 2000.  Sienna Glen Maple trees grow in a pyramidal form.  This tree has a uniform branching habit.  The leaves of this maple are pointed.  The foliage is medium green in the summer and turns to a bright orange to red in the fall.  There are minimal disease or pest problems with this specific variety of maple.  Sienna Glen Maple trees can tolerate wet and alkaline soils.  This tree works well when planted as a shade tree.

Sienna Glen Maple

Acer x freemanii ‘Sienna’

Plant Details

Flower Color- Green/Yellow

Foliage Color- Green foliage in the summer and orange to red in the fall.

Zone- 3-7

Height- 50′-60′ feet tall

Spread- 35′-40′ feet wide

Light- Full to partial sun

Details-  Similar in looks to the Autumn Blaze variety, but Sienna Glen Maple grows slightly slower and has a more rounded appearance.  The foliage is similar in shape to that of the Autumn Blaze as well.  The easiest way to differentiate between the two varieties is the fall foliage color.  Autumn blaze has mostly fiery red leaves and Sienna Glen Maple will have a variety of colors including yellow, orange and red.

Other maple tree options.

  • Autumn Blaze® Maple
  • Black Japanese Maple
  • Bloodgood Japanese Maple
  • Burgundy Belle® Maple
  • Cascade Dawn Flowering Maple
  • Coral Bark Japanese Maple
  • Crimson Queen Japanese Maple
  • Crimson Sentry Norway Maple
  • Emerald Elf Amur Maple
  • Emerald Lustre® Maple
  • Fernleaf Full-Moon Maple
  • Flamingo Boxelder Maple
  • Kelly’s Gold Boxelder Maple
  • Monroe Vine Maple
  • October Glory® Red Maple
  • Pacific Fire Vine Maple
  • Paperbark Maple
  • Pink Flowering Maple
  • Red Flowering Maple
  • Red Sunset® Red Maple
  • Royal Red Maple
  • Silver Maple
  • Sugar Green Mountain Maple
  • Summer Red® Red Maple
  • White Flowering Maple
  • Yellow Flowering Maple

Additional information on Sienna Glen® Maple trees.