What Does a Sycamore Tree Look like?


A sycamore tree is about 16-35m tall and has five lobed leaves, with rounded serrations on each lobe. The leaves are dull, green in colour with a characteristically red stem, and the leaf buds are large light green. Its flowers are produced in spikes, with individual flowers being very small. A sycamore is loved as a shed tree, because of its leaves.
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