|Botanical Name||Acer pseudoplatanus|
|Notes||With a girth of two and a half metres, this tree is probably 60-70 years old, the oldest Sycamore in the area and possibly the parent of many of the others as the winged samaras helicoptered seeds on the wind. In spring, note the racemes of green yellow flowers that hang down, unlike its nearby cousin the Norway Maple whose flowers are held up. |
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