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Fraxinus americana L - The Complete Forest, Trees and Forestry
White ash (Fraxinus americana), also called Biltmore ash or Biltmore white ash, is the most common and useful native ash but is never a dominant species in the  ...
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Green Ash - Identification and Management
Tips on identifying green ash, how to care for green ash and special information for using Fraxinus pennsylvanica in the landscape.
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Green ash - 100 Top Trees
Fraxinus pennsylvanica. green ash. Green ash is often planted as a shade and landscape tree. New ash clones have increased its importance in the ...
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12 Species of Ash Trees (Genus Fraxinus)
Ash trees are placed in the genus Fraxinus in the olive (Oleaceae) family. They are often used as shade, lawn and street trees. You can spot one by looking for ...
http://treesandshrubs.about.com/od/selection/tp/fraxinus-ash-tree-species.htm
Weeping Golden Ash - Fraxinus excelsior 'Aurea Pendula ...
Latin Name: Fraxinus excelsior 'Aurea Pendula'; Family: Oleaceae; Other Common Names:Weeping yellow twig ash; Native to: Europe and southwestern Asia ...
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Identify the Ash - The Complete Forest, Trees and Forestry - About.com
An ash commonly refers to trees of the genus Fraxinus (from Latin "ash tree") in the olive family Oleaceae. The ashes are usually medium to large trees, mostly ...
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White Ash, A Top 100 Common Tree in North America
The tree is a hardwood and the lineal taxonomy is Magnoliopsida > Scrophulariales > Oleaceae > Fraxinus americana. White ash is also commonly called ...
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Green Ash, A Top 100 Common Tree in North America
Green ash (Fraxinus pennsylvanica), also called red ash, swamp ash, and water ash, is the most widely distributed of all the American ashes. Naturally a moist ...
http://forestry.about.com/od/hardwoods/tp/Fraxinus_pennsylvanica.htm
Carya illinoensis (Wangenh) - USDA Forest Service
In addition, it is a component of Cottonwood (Type 63) and Black Willow (Type 95 ) (32). Other associated species are green ash (Fraxinus pennsylvanica), ...
http://forestry.about.com/library/silvics/illinoesis.htm
White ash - 100 Top Trees - From About.com
Fraxinus americana. white ash. White ash is the largest of the ashes native to North America. Its growth is very responsive when growing in rich soils but is never ...
http://forestry.about.com/library/tree/blwash.htm
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