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  • 1. Ashes Tree: *Ash wood is white and tough and can be used for oars, axe-handles, hockey-sticks, skis and many other 'implements'. *A weeping form with long drooping branches is much grown in gardens. *Before Christianity, ash was a sacred tree in Scandinavia - a symbol of the life-force.
  • 2.
    • Boxelder Tree:
    • They have tree bugs
    • The leaves are opposite and compound. They are approximately 6" (15cm) long, usually containing 3-7 leaflets.(View Measured Leaf)The leaflets are elliptical, pointed at the tips, coarsely saw-toothed, about 2-4" (5-10cm) long and 1-1.5" (2.5-4cm) wide, light green and no hair on top of leaf and generally paler on the bottom of the leaf. (
  • 3.
    • Maple Leaf:
    • Maple trees are the most common trees found in the United States
    • They are commonly found in gardens
    • Over 125 different species of maple trees
  • 4. Pinus tree
    • Michigan state tree
    • Tallest one in marquette mich. Is 180 ft
    • Wood used in home construction
    • Largest of the northeastern conifers
    • Only coifer with five needles in a bundle east of rocky mountains

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