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Green Ash Tree is the most common ash tree in North America. Its range extends across most of Mexico, the United States, and Canada, and it flourishes in swamps. Its Latin name is “Fraxinus”. The emerald ash borer believed that this tree was first introduced by Asia in 1990 and first of all detect in Michigan in 2002. Other interesting facts about green ash trees include their ability to tolerate urban pollution and their use in traditional medicine. Green ash is most commonly and most likely planted by the people of the United States because it can tolerate a wide range of growing conditions.
Green Ash Tree is the most common ash tree in North America. Its range extends across most of Mexico, the United States, and Canada, and it flourishes in swamps.