No, Maple trees are in the Aceraceae family, and their leaves turn orange in the fall. Evergreens are a larger grouping including multiple families of coniferous trees. Maple trees are not coniferous, like Christmas trees, nor do they retain their green leaves all year.
There is one rare type of maple that does stay evergreen all winter. It is called the Evergreen Maple and is located in the Himalayas.
Nope. Maple trees are, as a rule, deciduous — meaning that they generally shed their leaves in the winter. Though “evergreen” isn’t actually a specific type of tree (like conifer or maple) — it denotes ANY tree that doesn’t lose its leave.
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