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Looking for ash trees

Posted by hongkongcv 8 (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 25, 11 at 21:43

I am interested in taking some pictures of ash trees. I understand they grow in zones 3 through 6... which means none in my home state of Alabama. Looking for state or federal parks containing ash trees and/or groves so I can get some good pictures... the nearer the better. Any ideas where I can look, possibly in Tennessee, Kentucky, or thereabouts?


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RE: Looking for ash trees

Sadly, they are being cut down here in my part of NY State to slow the spread of the emerald ash borer.

FataMorgana


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RE: Looking for ash trees

From the USDA database, it appears that there are species of ash , Fraxinus, growing in AL.

You might contact your state forestry dept. about this.
http://www.forestry.state.al.us/Contact.aspx

USDA database shows 5 species of ash in AL.

Here is a link that might be useful: USDA Fraxinus species


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