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growing silver maple tree from cuttings Sep 21, Remove the leaves from the lower one-third to one-half of the cuttings. Place the cuttings in indirect sunlight and mist them, keeping the soil moist at all times until they root. Nov 28, Keep the maple stem cuttings indoors in a location that does not receive direct sunlight.
Treat the cuttings with rooting hormone.
Maintain an air temperature between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit in the cuttings'. Growing maple trees from cuttings is an easy way to get free saplings for your garden. Take 4-inch (10 cm.) cuttings from the tips of young trees in utah stump removal or mid-autumn, and remove the leaves from the lower half of the stem.
Scrape the bark on the lower stem. Nov 11, 10 years ago I planted a silver leaf maple tree in my backyard in south central Texas.
Allow your cuttings to grow indoors for a full season before transplanting them outside.
It is now about 35' tall with a 15"diameter trunk--not full grown for sure. The yard is small and the tree is about 15 feet away from the back of my house in the middle of my yard.