The Sugar maple (Acer saccharum) Aceraceae (the Maple family). It is a tall deciduous tree that is distributed from Newfoundland, Canada to Georgia and west to Texas to Minnesota in the United States. It is distributed from Newfoundland, Canada to Georgia, USA, and from Texas to Minnesota to the west. It prefers a cold climate and can reach 30-40 m in height. The leaves are split into five palmetly and turn brightly in fall. It is designed on the Canadian flag. The sap is processed into maple syrup and maple juger, and the wood is used for construction, furniture and utensils.