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Urban Tree Heights

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Trees commonly used in towns and urban areas:

Typical Heights of Urban Trees
Tree SpecieNormal Height (m)
after 25 yearsas mature
Acacia 14 21
Ailanthus 18 21
Almond 7 8
Birch 10 18
Catalpa 10 12
Cherry, gean 12 15
Cherry, bird 7 14
Chestnut 7 12
Crab apple 6 12
Hawthorn 6 8
Lime 10 18
Maidenhair 7 30
Maple, field 7 10
Maple, silver 15 25
Mountain ash 7 8
Oak, evergreen 7 28
Oak, scarlet 15 18
Plane 12 28
Sycamore 12 25
Tulip tree 12 30
Whitebeam 7 12
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