On 8/15/2014 7:35 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Likely the one on the right is mountain ash, either American or European.
Determining which would call for further forensics -- the leaflets of the
European are proportioned a bit differently and are slightly hairy on the
bottom. The one of the left could well be crabapple but there are several
different sorts as well as varieties bred for their flowering quality.
Various sorts grow anywhere from the deep south to well into Canada (not to
mentions any that may have been planted as an ornamental) Spines on stems?
Leaves rounded bases or more elliptical? Hairy bottoms on leaves? Any small
signs of lobes on the leaves?
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