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Invasive Boxelder Tree

Posted by Ben Gutnik on 3/29/21 10:10 AM


The Boxelder is an adaptable, easy-to-grow maple tree native to North America. Boxelder trees have brittle, weak wood and typically grow near water or river banks.

Known by a dozen or more aliases, including river maple, sugar ash, maple ash, California maple, ash-leaf maple, and Manitoba maple, boxelders spread quickly, grow fast, and are highly prone to breakage.

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Topics: Forestry, Invasive Species, Boxelder

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