The sycamore is a large, deciduous tree that is long-lived and a highly tolerant species which can cope with heavy pollution and salt laden air. It has a cylindrical trunk and erect branches, which form a large, domed crown. It produces dark green leaves with five pointed lobes and toothed edges. The sycamore can produce over 10,000 winged seeds (often known as “helicopters”) per year and these can be highly toxic to many grazing animals, especially horses. Not a tree for a small garden.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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