Where Does the Sycamore Tree Have Its Seed Box?

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The Sycamore Tree seeds are usually stored away from the tree in a two-veined parachute in fall and then in autumn, in screw-like whirling. The Sycamore Tree is known by the scientific name, Platanus occidentalis.
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