Planting maple trees for posterity

Hart, Ed
March 1994
Countryside & Small Stock Journal;Mar/Apr94, Vol. 78 Issue 2, p27
Reflects on the planting of maple trees for future generations. Aesthetic and practical uses of maple trees; Description of the maple tree; Author's memories about maple trees; Slow growth as one of the causes people hesitate to plant maple trees. INSET: No maple trees? Try this substitute syrup..


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