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Japanese maple from Mt.pleasant cemetery : Stock Photo
The maple leaf is known as the symbol of Canada. The Canadian maple will turn its leaves into red in the late summer and early winter. In contrast, the Japanese maple will be in red in all seasons.

Japanese maple from Mt.pleasant cemetery

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The maple leaf is known as the symbol of Canada. The Canadian maple will turn its leaves into red in the late summer and early winter. In contrast, the Japanese maple will be in red in all seasons.
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