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I don't think it is what it seems, please help.

comments (2) May 6th, 2013 in gallery
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Perenial. Medium growth.

Arbor Day tree identifier result suggests American Horbeam, however the  tree has an upright shape and some horizontal dashes on the trunk, and I haven't seen that on any of those in the pictures for the American Hornbeam.



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Smartgardener writes: When young most alders have horizontal patterns on the bark

http://www.lichen.com/bigphotos/aldersbarelg.jpeg

As to the variety of Alder I am not sure, but that's what I believe it could be Posted: 4:38 am on May 8th
tntreeman writes: looks like young Zelkova bark to me Posted: 6:42 pm on May 6th
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