Oh, Canada! There are few things more Canadian to me than the Maple tree—its leaf is the center attraction for our Canadian flag.
Maybe I’m naïve, but until I started writing this blog post, I actually thought Maple trees only grew in Canada—and that there was only one kind. Boy, was I ever wrong.
As it turns out, there are actually about 128 different species of Maple trees, most of which are native to Asia. That’s a LONG way from Canada!
Most Maple trees are tall (but a few varieties are shrubs, which I totally can’t picture) Except for a few Asian varieties, all are deciduous—which means they lose their leaves in the fall, unlike the evergreen.
Maple trees are distinguished by their leaves, which have pointed tips, and look like they have veins running through them. (I knew that much at least!)
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Gotta jet! See you tomorrow when I look at a spooky letter N.
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