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Arizona Sycamore Tree

Arizona Sycamore TreeThe Arizona Sycamore (P. Wrightii, Wats.) is a sycamore which looks like P. racemosa in fruit and leaf, but the lobes of the latter are much more finger-like, and measure often 8 to 10 inches in length.

These trees are strikingly beautiful objects, growing to large size on canon sides and stream borders, rising far above the evergreen oaks and pines of the semi-arid regions, each tree a refreshing dash of verdure in a weary land.