Majestic maple's not Canadian after all
The Kentucky Coffeetree, gymnocladus dioicus, adapts well to city life and produces distinctive blue-green foliage that stands out from other trees.
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#1 Nov 12, 2012
The premise of this column is totally false. Sonia Day says the "traditional maple isn't Canadian anyway" however the traditional maple (as on the flag) is the red maple which certainly is native to Canada. She appears to confuse this with the Norway maple, which is an invasive!
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