Solved New growth Tree I.D

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  1. wiseowl

    wiseowl FRIENDLY OWL ADMIN Staff Member

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    Good morning I have just found this growing from some bark chippings would appreciate if anyone can help thank you I would like to leave it where it is as there's plenty of room for it:smile:

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    • Victoria

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      Is it some kind of Maple/Acer. It is very pretty.
       
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        Sycamore, a weed in my opinion.
         
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          Sycamore belongs to the Maple family.
           
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          • Silver surfer

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            Recommend you remove asap!
            ACER  PSEUDOPLATANUS  SYCAMORE  AT BIRNAM 04-10-2013 15-40-30.JPGACER  PSEUDOPLATANUS  SYCAMORE  AT BIRNAM 24-10-2019 14-57-02.JPG

            ACER  PSEUDOPLATANUS  SYCAMORE  AT BIRNAM 02-10-2013 10-52-34.JPG
             
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            • pete

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

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              Odd that it appears to have spring foliage at this time of the year.
               
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