Pic #4 sure has the look of Cherry. To me you have more than one specie there.
Never said the leaf wasn't basswood. I know the tree is an Aspen. Very seldom do I need a leaf to identify a tree. By the time they get to the...
The last photo on right 2nd row of pics...... Basswood never looks like that.......Aspen always does.
Doubt it, quite rare to begin with and not native to Wisconsin. Besides that it is near identical to every Aspen tree I've seen in Wi.,...
He said pile was 4' deep. Not quite 4' tall and not a full 8' long.
Quaking Aspen. Not Basswood for sure!
Red Maple (Soft)
A little shy! About .80 of a cord.
Just because it has poplar leaves on it doesn't mean that is what it is! Remember it was found in the town dump. It is ash.
I thought it looked like ELM to me.
Used conveyor belting is what I use.
Bark and leaves most closely resemble Pecan, which has already been pointed out is in the hickory family.
Enzo has them correct Ash and Oak.
Wouldn't the grapes be growing in clusters if it was concords, not individual berries? Makes me think Muscadines, especially when you look at the...
I believe that to be Black Gum, not one I'm real familiar with. I do know it is most certainly not Black Cherry.
Burning lots of Oak? The acids in oak are very corrosive.
Good call Wood Duck.
Hemlock and oak
It is a fungal stain. It occurs very quickly on the maples(you have Soft Maple) simple feed by the sugars in the wood, exposure to Oxygen, and high...
Yes, 1750 from the bark. I'm on the road all the time for work and this is one of the things you see all over Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, and to a...
EAB, for sure. It's a goner!
White, Green, and Black. White Ash can have a very small heart or rather large, just depends on several factors. Looks like you have White Ash there...
C/S/S Keep it off the ground and dry. Top cover after the first year or two.
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