Sycamore is a deciduous tree native to the Northern Hemisphere, and is known for its distinctive bark, which is mottled and flaky, and its large leaves
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Sycamore is a deciduous tree native to the Northern Hemisphere, and is known for its distinctive bark, which is mottled and flaky, and its large leaves. The sycamore tree can reach heights of up to 100 feet, with a trunk diameter of up to 8 feet. Its wood is strong and durable, making it popular for furniture-making. It also produces edible fruits in the form of small yellowish-brown nuts that are sweet and nutty in flavor. These nuts are often used in baking or as an ingredient in salads or other dishes. In addition to being a useful food source, sycamore trees provide shelter for wildlife such as birds and squirrels due to their large size and thick foliage and are popular ornamental trees due to their attractive shape and coloration when mature.