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Tree No.1134info
Botanical NameAcer campestreinfo
Common NameField Mapleinfo
LocationJubilee Gardensinfo
AccessibilityAlways accessibleinfo
NotesProbably planted when the development was built, this native tree is a common inhabitant of hedgerows and rarely gets to grow as a full sized tree.  Sometimes confused with Sycamore because, as with all members of the genus Acer, Field Maples have seeds enclosed in a double winged samara that encourages seed dispersal by wind.  The Field Maple samara has the wings spread almost at 180 degrees while Sycamores have them at about 60 degrees.
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