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sycamore tree pictures | Sycamore tree ~ Acer pseudoplatanus

I created this gallery to put together all my favourite photos of these magnificent trees in one place. I have always had a lifelong passion for trees and forestry and own 40 acres of woodland in Southwest France. You can follow my woodland exploits on my tree blog - My French Forest <a href="http://myfrenchforest.blogspot.com/" rel="nofollow">myfrenchforest.blogspot.com/</a>

John Conroy
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“Amazing....: The Seven Sisters Oak is the largest certified southern live oak tree. Located in Mandeville, Louisiana, it is estimated to be up to 1,500 years old #thicktrunktuesday”

Should You Have an English Oak in Your Yard?

Native to three different continents, the English oak (Quercus robur) is a stately tree that is appropriate only for larger yards.

Oak trees are big hardwood trees with a wide spread.

Identifying oak trees can be difficult given that there are over 600 varieties and many look very similar, even in the same geographic area. Leaf shape can be useful in identifying whether you are looking at a red or white oak and can also be used with the tree's location to identify the species.

Japanese Maple by Peter Lik

Taken at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum. Creative Commons photo by www.ideonexus.com. Please feel free to reuse for any purpose.

Patagonian cypress

Trees are among the oldest living organisms on the planet. Some individual trees have lived for several thousand years, and connected groves of trees can sometimes live for tens of thousands of years. Living that long requires a combination of steady climate, solitude, luck and of course, genetics. Some tree species consistently outlive the others. Based on tree rings (which form at the rate of one per year), these are the longest-lived tree species.