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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acer_negundo

Acer negundo is a species of maple native to North America. In Canada it is commonly known as Manitoba maple and occasionally as elf maple. Box elder, boxelder maple, ash-leaved maple, and maple ash are its most .... Boxelder, Manitoba Maple. Tree. ND, USA. This species prefers bright sunlight. It often grows on flood ...

forestry.ohiodnr.gov/boxelder

Boxelder, frequently located in rural bottomlands and neglected urban areas, is found throughout Ohio. It is the only maple tree native to Ohio that has ...

www.thoughtco.com/introduction-to-the-boxelder-tree-1343340

Jun 4, 2017 ... Boxelder is not a recommended tree to plant in your yard but has desirable unique qualities to keep in the landscape as a beautiful tree ...

www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/trees/maple/boxelder-maple-trees.htm

Feb 1, 2017 ... Boxelder is a fast-growing maple tree native to this country. Although drought resistant ... Click this article for additional boxelder tree information.

www.oplin.org/tree/fact%20pages/boxelder/boxelder.html

Boxelder (Ash-Leafed Maple) Acer negundo. This is the only maple tree in Ohio with compound leaves. The tree typically grows in moist bottomlands, and along  ...

www.mortonarb.org/trees-plants/tree-plant-descriptions/boxelder

Boxelder is actually a maple tree. This native tree, while very cold hardy, is not widely sold due to its ability to self-seed aggressively. It also attracts boxelder ...

urbanecologycenter.org/blog/native-tree-spotlight-in-defense-of-box-elder.html

Mar 12, 2013 ... Box elder is a fast growing, medium sized deciduous tree usually found on wet soils or in degraded habitat but that can be found anywhere.

www.extension.umn.edu/garden/yard-garden/trees-shrubs/boxelder/index.html

Boxelder is a native, fast-growing maple tree. In the wild, it grows throughout Minnesota except for the far northeastern corner of the state. It is found commonly  ...

coloradotrees.org/find/boxelder

Landscape value Boxelders have been banned in some communities because of the box elder bug, which infests the female trees. Boxelder bugs spend the ...

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Boxelder is natively a tree of river bottoms and disturbed sites on heavy, wet soils , often seasonally flooded (up to 30 days). It is one of the most common ...