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14. Crowning Achievement

by in Sep 2007
14. Crowning Achievement
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The United States National Champion sugar maple grows in Lyme, Connecticut. According to the National Register of Big Trees, this giant beauty stands 115 feet high, measures 223 inches around, and spreads 89 feet.

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