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(Acer saccharum) Hard maple. Valued for its wood and also as a shade and ornamental tree. Sap is a source for maple sugar. Grows best on rich moist upland soils but will adapt to poorer, drier sites. Slow-growing and long-lived. Reaches heights of 90 feet. Native.

Sugar Maple


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