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November 2023
Norway Maple is our Tree of the Month

This European maple is one of the most common street trees in London, and it really comes into its own in the autumn.

Its pointed leaves (rather more so than the similar Sycamore) turn golden yellow, russet brown and bitter orange at this time of year. Look out for the winged seeds, or samara, too, some of them will stay on the tree right through November and even through the winter.

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