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Sycamore trees make great shade trees for large landscapes. If you live in a large area, planting this tree and caring for it is easy. Learn more here.
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Sycamore Tree - Features, Uses, Types and How to Grow | Chickens, Livestock, Homesteading & Gardening | Rural Living
The mighty sycamore tree.... We explain its size, sycamore types, bark, leaves, where it grows, what it's good for, and how to grow.
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Sycamore seed balls can be used to make simple bird feeders, for decorative crafts, saved to plant more sycamores, or composted to nourish the soil.
The Sycamore Tree from John Evelyn Sylva, Discourse of Forest Trees 1786
Platanus Occidentalis - American Sycamore Tree is a large, fast growing shade tree native to North America. The mottled bark is often the most distinguishing trait, when the brown outer bark is peeled away from the trunk a lighter-colored inner bark is revealed. As the tree matures the trunk typically becomes hollow and provides all types of wildlife with shelter. Sycamores also displays large, broad, flat green leaves that can reach up to 10" wide, are divided into 3 or 5 lobes, and have…
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Scientific Name(s): Platanus occidentalis Abundance: common What: sap How: boiled down to give a syrup Where: sunny edges of woods, along banks of rivers and lakes When: sap flows best in winter just before leaf buds appear Nutritional Value: calories, water Sycamore bark has a distinctive flaking, mottled look. Sycamore leaves are similar in shape to their relative, the maple. Mature sycamore leaves are huge, easily reaching more than 12" across. In the winter the deciduous sycamores lose…
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