Trees have always been used as a metaphor for a person’s morality. Maple is also often said to be a symbol of spirit, which has been appreciated by scholars of all dynasties. There are many varieties of maple trees, and their living habits are also different. Maple trees are highly ornamental. Rows of maple trees can often be seen at the side of the park or road.
Maple is a tall tree with a height of 24 meters and a crown width of 16 meters. The flowering period is from April to May and the fruiting period is from September to October. With the growth of tree age, the tree crown gradually opens and is round. Branches are brownish red to brown, with small holes, and branches are black brown or gray in winter. Maple leaves are gorgeous in color, unique and beautiful in shape. They can be used to make bookmarks and specimens, and turn red in autumn. It turns crimson when it falls to the ground.
There are many maple trees in Canada, which is known as the “land of maple leaves”. For a long time, the Canadian people have deep feelings for maple leaves. They take maple leaves as the national emblem. There is a red maple leaf in the middle of the national flag, and the national tree is maple. Canada also has a practice called “Maple lollipop”.