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Acer negundo

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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 ... It often has severa...

Plant Guide - US Department of Agriculture

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Ash-leaf maple, California boxelder, western ... Boxelder produces sap high in sugar content and can ... native tree growing to 20 m tall, with broad rounded.

Boxelder Tree Facts | Home Guides | SF Gate

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Boxelder (Acer negundo L.) tree varieties include the most widely distributed maples in ... The trees' fruit grow as winged samares, a v-shaped, flattened, papery ... Boxelders do not require much water, however in neighborhoods, pruning is ...

ISU Forestry Extension - Tree Identification: Boxelder (Acer negundo)

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Aug 16, 2015 ... The boxelder is a fast growing , wide spreading, short stemmed tree of ... and ornamental purposes in areas where other trees do not grow well.

Boxelder Bug Management Guidelines--UC IPM

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Large numbers of the bug usually occur only on female box elder trees. IDENTIFICATION. When full grown, the boxelder bug is about 1/2 inch long and one-third as ... Boxelder bugs do not cause significant damage to landscape plants, and ...

Box Elder - Northern State University

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of the Sanskrit name for the Chaste-tree (Vitex negundo ). The leaves of these ... Boxelder is known to the Lakota as cansuska , the Omaha as zhaba ta-zhon and the ... While associated with rivers and streams, it does not grow as close to the

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 ... Box-elder and its seedlings grow on a variety of soils. ... Seeds do not require openings in the canopy to germinate.

Acer negundo - Plant Finder - Missouri Botanical Garden

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Acer negundo, commonly known as box elder, is a suckering, fast-growing, ... This tree is a host for boxelder bugs, which do not harm the tree but can be a ...

ENH-179/ST020: Acer negundo: Boxelder

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The undesirable characteristics are brittle, weak wood, short life, susceptibility to boxelder bug, and trunk decay. But the tree will grow just about anywhere and ...

Box elder Facts - Soft Schools

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It originates from North America, but it can be found in Europe, China and Australia today. Box elder prefers moist areas and it usually grows in the wastelands, valleys, ... Mature tree has dark brown bark covered with deep ridges and furrows.

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

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It grows rapidly, can become very large and needs a lot of space. Boxelder is still a very common tree to see in a yard or park west of the Mississippi river.

Boxelder Tree - Cornell Sugar Maple Program

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Boxelder grows commonly along the banks of streams and rivers, and may occur as a weedy species in urban areas where its seeds are able to germinate.

Boxelder Maple - Acer negundo - Details - Encyclopedia of Life

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General: Maple Family (Aceraceae): Boxelder is a native tree growing to 20 m tall , ... Box Elder is common throughout Illinois; it can be found in all counties (see ...