Like most other maple trees, the Amur maple does in fact, “seed itself” otherwise known by some as “naturalizing” (nature doing what it knows is best). They produce many seeds that eventually fall off and sprout new trees. However, there are also some trees that have been breed to be “seedless” so that they don’t create these new sprouts that can, at times be invasive.
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