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 ... ...
BOXELDER. Acer negundo L. Plant Symbol = ACNE2. Contributed By: USDA
NRCS National Plant Data. Center & the Biota of North America Program.
Boxelder (Acer negundo L.) tree varieties include the most widely distributed
maples in North America. Common names of the deciduous trees include
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 Leaf, Boxelder Fruit. Leaf Characteristics ... Boxelder (Ash-Leafed
Maple) Acer negundo. This is the only maple tree in Ohio with compound leaves.
Box elder produces small, yellow-green flowers. Male and female flowers
develop on the separate trees (dioecious plant). Male flowers are arranged in
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 ...
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 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 is native to portions of the southern tier and Susquehana Valley, but
has become more broadly established throughout many parts of the state.