|Logs||Mahogany Logs edit|
|I bet this makes good syrup!|
Maple trees are amber-coloured trees that require a Woodcutting level of 45 to be cut down and grants 100 Woodcutting experience per maple log. Because of their relatively low Woodcutting level required to chop, their very near proximity to the bank in Seers' Village, and because of the use of maple logs in the fletching of maple longbows, which are profitable by use of the High Alchemy spell, maple logs are extremely popular, constantly in demand, and found being sold at a low price (under 100 gold).
The most popular place to cut maple trees is in Seers' Village, along with many other trees. It is very convenient to cut them here due to there being maples found both north and south of the bank.
- Seer's Village (9 trees - 4 north of bank and 5 south of bank)
- North of McGrubor's Wood (42 trees)
- West of Sinclair Mansion (24 trees)
- Miscellania (10 trees - 0.1 exp per tree, no logs given)
Maple seeds may be grown into a maple tree, which gives maple logs cut down. A fully grown and healthy maple tree will give 3,400 Farming experience. When cut down, the tree will automatically regrow after a period of time. Alternatively, it can be dug up using a spade, yielding some maple roots in the process. A player may also pay one basket of oranges to a nearby farmer to guarantee its growth.
|Materials||1 Bagged maple tree, Watering can|
|A lovely addition to the garden.|
[view] • [talk] A maple tree can be planted in the tree hotspot of the Garden in a player-owned house. It requires level 45 Construction, a bagged maple tree, and a watering can to plant. When planted, it earns the player 122 experience for both Construction and Farming. However, as it is in the Garden, it cannot be cut down (but it can still be removed).
Maple logs can be cut into maple shortbows at level 50 Fletching (granting 50 Fletching experience for unstrung and another 50 XP for stringing), and maple longbows at level 55 (granting 58.3 XP for unstrung and another 58.3 XP for stringing).
- Maples can be cut in Miscellania after the completion of Throne of Miscellania quest. They give no logs in Miscellania but instead offer 0.1 experience and increase your popularity in Miscellania.
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