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Acer negundo - Wikipedia

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Acer negundo is a species of maple native to North America. Box elder, boxelder maple, ... Acer negundo is a usually fast-growing and fairly short-lived tree that grows up to 10–25 meters ... ...

Plant Guide - USDA Plants Database

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BOXELDER. Acer negundo L. Plant Symbol = ACNE2. Contributed By: USDA NRCS National Plant Data. Center & the Biota of North America Program.

Boxelder Tree Facts | Home Guides | SF Gate

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Boxelder (Acer negundo L.) tree varieties include the most widely distributed maples in North America. Common names of the deciduous trees include California ...

Acer negundo - Illinois State Museum

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Box elder, also commonly known as ashleaf maple, Manitoba maple, box-elder maple, and western box-elder, is a small-to-medium-sized tree, reaching heights of 50 to 75 feet, with a trunk diameter up to 4 feet. The trunk is ... Interesting Facts

Boxelder

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Boxelder Leaf, Boxelder Fruit. Leaf Characteristics ... Boxelder (Ash-Leafed Maple) Acer negundo. This is the only maple tree in Ohio with compound leaves.

Box elder Facts - SoftSchools

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Box elder produces small, yellow-green flowers. Male and female flowers develop on the separate trees (dioecious plant). Male flowers are arranged in small, ...

box elder | plant | Britannica.com

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Jun 27, 2008 ... Box elder, also called ash-leaved maple, (Acer negundo), hardy and fast-growing tree, of the soapberry family (Sapindaceae), native to the ...

How to Manage and ID Boxelder - The Ash-leaf Maple Tree - Forestry

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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 specimen.

Boxelder | Texas Plant Disease Handbook

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Boxelder is a member of the maple family and this disease is the most important killer of trees in that family. Symptoms include sudden wilting, usually of ...

Boxelder Tree - Cornell Maple Program

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Boxelder is native to portions of the southern tier and Susquehana Valley, but has become more broadly established throughout many parts of the state.