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Identification and Biology - Ash

Identifying Ash Trees

opposite branching

(Wisconsin DNR)

alternate branching
(Wisconsin DNR)

Ash trees have branches that grow opposite of each other (think of how your arms are oriented). If the branches are staggered or alternate, the tree is not an ash tree.

Older ash trees have diamond-patterned bark, although this may not be apparent in young trees.

Click here to determine if your trees are ash trees.

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