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Trees of Wisconsin Fraxinus nigra Marshall black ash

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Family: Oleaceae Fraxinus nigra is largely restricted to swamps. The sessile leaflets (no stalks) are characteristic and the tips of the leaflets tend to droop. If branches have good annual growth in READ MORE
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Black Ash Fraxinus nigra

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Oleaceae (Olive Family) The black ash is a slow-growing tree of swampy boreal woodlands. Other common names are swamp ash, basket ash, brown ash, hoop ash, and water ash. Description General - READ MORE
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Black Ash (Fraxinus nigra)

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Description: Black ash is a slender tree, though not as tall as white ash. It seldom reaches over 50 ft. (16 m) or a diameter of 12 in. (30 cm). It has compound leaves with pointed leaflets that turn READ MORE
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Black Ash (Fraxinus nigra)

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Shape and Distribution Black ash grows to a height of 40 to 70 feet and has a trunk diameter of up to two feet. The stout, straight, upright branches form an open, narrow or slightly rounded crown. READ MORE
http://www.museum.state.il.us/muslink/forest/htmls/trees/F-nigra.html

Black Ash Fraxinus nigra

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The Black Ash has a tall trunk with a fairly uniform diameter up to the branches. The soft, ash-gray bark is fissured into scaly plates, which easily can be reduced to powder by rubbing. The Black Ash READ MORE
http://www.oplin.org/tree/fact%20pages/ash_black/ash_black.html
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