Ash Tree Bark
Probably the least telling of all the identification tricks, but still useful in its own right is the bark of the Ash Tree. As with every other section in ash tree identification there is some variance, but the bark on average (especially that of trees experienced in the landscape) will be similar to this.
Young ash trees will have a smoother grayish looking bark. This term of “smoother bark” is in terms that there are no furrows (crevices) throughout its appearance. Older more mature trees will have furrowed bark making it coarse looking, that has a bluish/grayish tint to it.
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