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a large Eurasian maple tree naturalized in North America

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That impression will likely be changed later this month when workers cut down about 500 trees -- many of them Norway maples -- on approximately three acres along Green Hill and Colby avenues.
Gibside, meanwhile, has one of the largest Norway maples in the county as well as a fallen 200-yearold wild cherry which continues to grow and blossom; and walkers at Hadrian's Wall can spot the lone sycamore which had a starring role in 1991 movie Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.
An application has been submitted to Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council for a new order to preserve two sycamores and nine Norway maples skirting the sports ground, off Heath End Road.
Norway maples and London plane trees, for example, were a popular species choice in thee Northeast and Siberian elm was popular in the dry parts of the West.
Last is the leaf-mining moth, whose caterpillars cause brown blotch mines on horse chestnuts as well as several acers or maples including sycamores and Norway maples.
The proposals involve felling a row of Norway maples currently protected by a temporary tree preservation order.
These trees, many of them Norway maples more than two stories tall, had been planted after Dutch elm disease decimated so many city streets during the 1960s.
Surrounding the tower there are 378 trees of 20 different species including English oaks, silver limes, horse chestnuts and Norway maples. There are 40,000 seasonal bedding plants, 4,000 shrubs and 83,500 blooming bulbs.
Norway maples, flowering hawthorne or ornamental cherries also work.
McFarland said, residents should continue to keep an eye out for the beetle, which bores small holes in trees, and has a particular appetite for the area's vast tracts of Norway maples. Residents can report possible sightings at (508) 852-8090 or can go to asianlonghornedbeetle.com for more information.
In the 1930s, the Parks Department planted sycamores and Norway maples to reclaim areas like Inwood Hill from villages and estates.
"Where anything was down, they put in Norway maples," garden club member Betsy Sargisson recalled.
The city has a history of loading up on one or two species, such as Norway maples (Acer platanoides) and London plane trees (Platanus acerfiolia), he says.
Red and Norway maples, as well as birches and willows, are the beetle's favorite foods, Mr.
But she was instrumental in having Norway maples removed from her block.