Attribute of Mexican Sycamore
- Typically reaches a mature height of 50 feet in the landscape with a width of about 30 feet.
- Grows best in full sun and is adapted to most soils, including alkaline soils.
- While considered drought tolerant, best success occurs when plants are irrigated until established.
- The lobed, maple-like leaves are up to 8 inches wide and olive-green, sometimes turning yellow before falling in December
- The aggressive roots and relatively large mature size of this tree suggest it not be used near structures and pavement or under power lines..
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