Some articles on maple, sap, maple sap:
... part of North America were the first groups known to have produced maple syrup and maple sugar ... According to aboriginal oral traditions, as well as archaeological evidence, maple tree sap was being processed into syrup long before Europeans arrived in ... There are no authenticated accounts of how maple syrup production and consumption began, but various legends exist one of the most popular involves maple sap being ...
... Making birch syrup is more difficult than making maple syrup, requiring about 80 to 110 liters of sap to produce one liter of syrup (more than twice that needed for maple syrup) ... The tapping window for birch is generally shorter than for maple, primarily because birches live in more northerly climates ... The trees are typically tapped and their sap collected in the spring (generally mid- to late April, about two to three weeks before the leaves appear on the trees) ...
Famous quotes containing the words sap and/or maple:
“Each is under the most sacred obligation not to squander the material committed to him, not to sap his strength in folly and vice, and to see at the least that he delivers a product worthy the labor and cost which have been expended on him.”
—Anna Julia Cooper (18591964)
“Once they came on a maple in a glade,
Standing alone with smooth arms lifted up,
And every leaf of foliage shed worn
Laid scarlet and pale pink about her feet.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)