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Discussion in 'Trees' started by strongylodon, Apr 24, 2018.

  1. strongylodon

    strongylodon Old Member

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    I should know it, it's in my front garden but............:rolleyespink:
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    The flowers eventually produce seed keys.
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  2. WeeTam

    WeeTam Total Gardener

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    Sycamore. If so its the devils own spawn of a tree.:gaah:
     
  3. pete

    pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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    It aint a box elder is it?
    Off the top of me head:biggrin:
     
  4. strongylodon

    strongylodon Old Member

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    Thanks @WeeTam but it is not Sycamore (fortunately).

    I think you are right @pete, I never associated it with Acer negundo only being familiar with the variegated form. It was probably planted 30/40 years ago so it is at full height.
     
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