The Freeman (autumn blaze) maple puts on a brilliant display of color in the fall and provides a striking winter display of red buds on red-brown twigs.
- Alternate Common Name: Autumn blaze maple
- Average Height: The autumn blaze maple tree grows to 40 to 55 feet in height.
- Average Width: Autumn blaze maple are 30 to 40 feet wide.
- Leaf Description: Leaves are simple, with three to five lobes.
- Bark Description: Autumn blaze maple tree bark is smooth, grey and thin in youth, becoming slightly furrowed with age.
- Twig Description: Twigs are brown-red, with red buds in winter. Buds are opposite in structure.
- Flowering: Inconspicuous
- Needle or Broadleaf: Broadleafed
- Comments: None