Field Maples are not often seen as specimen trees in their own right. More often they are part of a hedgerow. They are our only native maple tree and any with a girth of more than 1.5m are considered "notable".
This field maple, between the pond and the fields, had a girth of 1.78m in 2022. Because they are modest-sized trees field maples tend to pass unnoticed but they are attractive trees and their flowers provide forage for the bees in the spring.