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Tree Seedling ID?

Posted by farmboy1 5 Chicago area (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 10, 12 at 1:45

Trying to identify the smaller seedling on the center/left of the shot with the lighter green leaves. Any ideas?

http://outdoors.webshots.com/photo/2951982590104132615XhAbID

Thanks,

vince


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RE: Tree Seedling ID?

It's an ash tree. I can't tell you what kind exactly, could be any of the three common types, white, green, or black.


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RE: Tree Seedling ID?

research EAB in your area ...

what fascinates me on these.. is that every group of what looks like 7 leaves.. is a SINGLE compound leaf ... cool eh ...

if EAB is prevalent in your area.. dont bother with it ...

ken


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RE: Tree Seedling ID?

@ Ken

if you find one SINGLE compound leaf impressive, check out a DOUBLE (bipinnately) compound leaf! Kentucky Coffee tree & Devil's Walking stick are two good examples. Honeylocust & Albizia have them too, but with really small leaflets.


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