The red maple, or swamp maple, Acer rubrum L., has leaves deeply lobed with the lobes sharply toothed.
Above them I banked dry lengths of swamp maple and post oak.
An ideal resort for it is a grove of oak or swamp maple near a stream or pond where it can bathe.
The habitat by swamp maple, desert willow, and seaside alder.
The reds of the swamp maple and scarlet oak are brighter, but no tree has a richer color than this one.
One morning, from the emerald-green of a swamp maple, a single branch flamed out a crimson-red.
A swamp maple grows at this stump as a back for my seat in this reception room of the jewel-weeds.
It is the swamp maple, the red maple, the river maple, the scarlet maple.
swamp maple is also commonly used by the Mohegan basket-makers, although it is not as durable as either the oak or the ash.
Again, the spring redness of the swamp maple is hardly less vivid than its mature coloring of the fall.