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White Ash, A Top 100 Common Tree in North America - Forestry
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 a dominant forest species.
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White ash - 100 Top Trees - From About.com - Forestry
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 a dominant forest species.
http://forestry.about.com/library/tree/blwash.htm
Fraxinus americana L - Forestry - About.com
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  ...
http://forestry.about.com/library/silvics/blsilfameri.htm
Fall Foliage Trees: American Mountain Ash and White Ash
The fall foliage of white ashes is quite unusual, while American mountain ash trees boast colorful berries. Find out more about these specimens and how to grow ...
http://landscaping.about.com/cs/landscapecolor/a/fall_foliage1.htm
How to Identify a White Ash Tree Video
White ash trees are beautiful, North American trees notable for their compound leaf structure. This video from About.com will show you how to identify a white ...
http://video.about.com/forestry/How-to-Identify-a-White-Ash-Tree.htm
Hickory, Ash, Walnut and Pecan - Tree Leaf Key - Forestry - About.com
Hickory, Ash, Walnut and Pecan - Tree Leaf Key. ... You most probably have a broadleaf or deciduous tree that is either an ash, hickory, ... White Ash. White Ash  ...
http://forestry.about.com/od/treeidentification/tp/tree_key_id_hicash.htm
12 Species of Ash Trees (Genus Fraxinus)
Ash trees are placed in the genus Fraxinus in the olive (Oleaceae) family. They are often .... White ash is one of the more common ash trees in the United States.
http://treesandshrubs.about.com/od/selection/tp/fraxinus-ash-tree-species.htm
Common North American Hardwood Trees - Forestry - About.com
The name White ash derives from the blueish white undersides of the leaves. It is similar in appearance to the Green ash, making identification difficult. White ...
http://forestry.about.com/od/hardwoods/tp/hardwood_list.htm
What Is Ash in Soap and Soap Making? - Candle & Soap Making
Ash is a white, powdery substance that mysteriously appears on soap as it is curing - usually on the surface of the soap as it is sitting in the mold hardening ...
http://candleandsoap.about.com/od/coldprocesssoapmaking/a/What-Is-Ash-On-Soap.htm
Identify the Ash - Forestry - About.com
Unfortunately, both green and white ash populations are being decimated by the emerald ash borer (EAB). Discovered in 2002 near Detroit, MI, the beetle has ...
http://forestry.about.com/cs/treeid/a/the_ash.htm
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