Three distinct figures are recognized in sugar maple, and to some extent they belong to other maples.
The sugar maple abounds in the northern and middle portions.
It is obtained by treating the sap of the Acer saccharinum, or sugar maple.
There is also a variety of sugar maple that is called black maple.
How do you distinguish the red maple and the silver maple from the sugar maple?
The black maple is the sugar maple of South Dakota and Iowa.
To the list of nut trees as utility trees there might be added the sugar maple, and certain species of prolific-bearing oaks.
A land where the Se-se-pask-wut-a-tik (sugar maple tree) grows and flourishes in all its beauty.
The tree generally prefers lower and damper ground than sugar maple, and is often found along streams.
The fruit is a samara, or key, winged similarly to that of a sugar maple, but smaller.