Our Maple Key Leaf Jewelry reminds us to bring friendship, patience and compassion into our lives, each moment, every day.
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What is the Spiritual Meaning of Maple Key Leaf Nature Jewelry?
Maple is a symbol of unity, quiet transformation, and peaceful inner work. It can also represent balance, strength, longevity, abundance, and generosity. Known as the Peaceful Friend, maple supports us during times of important inner work.
The Healing Power of Maple Key Leaf Nature Jewelry
As a symbol of transformation and inner growth, maple has the ability to heal by letting necessary change happen. It accompanies us on our journey of growth, protecting, and supporting us. Transformation is not an easy task but maple reminds us that by looking within ourselves, we will find all the strength and inner power we need.
What Does Maple Teach us?
Maple reminds us of the importance of quiet, inner work. It encourages us to be reflective and to make necessary changes in our lives. Maple teaches us that change is not something to be afraid of, but rather to be embraced, as it is a natural and important aspect of life.
Popular Maple Key Leaf Nature Jewelry Gift Ideas
Maple makes a great gift for anyone going through a transformational moment in life. Maple is also the BirthElement for September and makes the perfect gift for anyone with a birthday that month.
How Does Wearing Maple Key Leaf Nature Jewelry Enhance Your Life?
Wearing Maple Key Leaf Jewelry can help support you during times of growth. It reminds us that change is an important part of life and that in order to move forward we must embrace it. Maple enhances our lives by aiding us in moments of transformation and by restoring balance in our lives.
Where to Buy Maple Key Leaf Nature Jewelry
Morning Moon Nature Jewelry is available in stores throughout BC as well as in the Yukon and California. And of course, you can always purchase jewelry on our website.
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A talisman for unity, quiet transformation, peace
The Peaceful Friend - Maple marks the end of its cycle with a glorious explosion of colour, a signal that it is about to enter a time of inward, quiet work. While the tree may appear dormant, important preparations and growth are taking place just beneath the surface.
Facts About Maple
Maple is the common name for the genus Acer, containing around 132 species of trees and shrubs. Maples are native to Europe, Africa, North America, and Asia, with Asia having the most diversity in species. There is only one species of Acer that extends to the Southern Hemisphere.
Most species of maples are deciduous and are well known for their vibrant colours during autumn. Maples have very distinctive leaves and winged fruits called samaras, commonly referred to as “maple keys”, “helicopters”, “whirlybirds”, and “polynoses”. The distinct shape of the samaras enables the wind to spin and carry them farther away from the tree.
Maples are commonly planted as ornamental trees in gardens and cities. Collections of maple tree species are often planted in botanical gardens or arboreta. They can also be grown in miniature and are a popular choice for the art of bonsai.
The wood of maple also has many uses. Dried wood is commonly used for smoking food while maple charcoal is an integral part of making Tennessee Whiskey. Maple is also used as pulpwood, giving good bulk and opacity to paper, as well as good printing properties. The timber from larger species of maples is used for furniture, archery equipment and wooden baseball bats. Sugar maple, often referred to as “hard maple”, is used to make butcher blocks, pool cue shafts, bowling pins and bowling alley lanes.
Maple is a tonewood, and is used to make many instruments. It is commonly used to make the backs, sides, and necks of violins, violas, cellos, double basses. It is also used for the neck of electric guitars as well as for making drums and some drum sticks. It is used for bassoons and some other wind instruments as well.
Maple trees are also used for the production of maple syrup. Sugar maples are most commonly used for the manufacture of maple syrup. These trees are tapped for sap, which is then boiled down to produce syrup. About 40 litres of sap is needed to make 1 litre of maple syrup.
Maples are also major pollen producers in early spring. Before many other plants have flowered, maple trees are an important source for foraging honeybees.
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