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Identify the Sycamore - Forestry - About.com
American sycamore is a massive tree and can attain the largest trunk diameter of any of the Eastern U.S. hardwoods. The native sycamore has a grand branch ...
How to Identify Common American Sycamore - Forestry - About.com
A walk-through description and guide to identifying sycamore or Platanus occidentalis. Find out more about the tree's habit, range, silviculture and management.
The Natural Range of Sycamore - Forestry - About.com
Sycamore grows in all States east of the Great Plains except Minnesota. Its native range extends from southwestern Maine west to New York, extreme southern ...
Consider Planting Sycamore - Forestry - About.com
I've picked ten of the best trees you can plant in your yard. Consider planting American sycamore.
Description and Identification of Sycamore - Forestry - About.com
Common Names: American planetree, buttonwood, American sycamore, buttonball, and buttonball-tree. Habitat: America's largest broadleaf tree.
Sycamore - Not Just a Planetree - Forestry - About.com
A short but in-depth biography on the sycamore tree or planetree.
Insects and Diseases of Sycamore - Forestry - About.com
Pest (insects and diseases) that attack sycamore and and things you can do to prevent them.
American sycamore - 100 Top Trees - Forestry - About.com
A listing of the 100 major trees in America: national register of big trees montgomery county kentucky vt dendrology american sycamore eastern deciduous ...
How to Manage and Identify American Sycamore
Introduction: Sycamore is a massive tree reaching 75 to 90 feet in height, has a rapid growth rate, and tolerates wet and compacted soil. The white bark peels off ...
The Silviculture and Management of Sycamore - Forestry - About.com
"Sycamore is best suited for soils which are moist and do not dry out. Dry soil can lead to short life for this wet-site-tolerant tree. Sycamore has been cursed by ...