What does a box elder tree look like?


A box elder tree has a smooth bark when it is young, but soon it develops narrow ridges and shallow furrows. The bark on mature trees is dark brown. This tree is native to portions of the southern tier and Susquehana Valley, and it grows along the banks of streams and rivers.
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A box elder tree is a small maple. It's trunk is covered with bark that is either light gray or light brown, with deep fissures. The branches generally don't have bark, but are smooth and green. The leaves are long, ending in a point, and are serrated.
The Box Elder Tree has a very distinctive look. This tree has bark that displays a ridged appearance. The twigs of the Box Elder are smooth and covered with a film.
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