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Post Falls, ID

August 4, 2010
3:07 PM

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Hello Todd Boland, I am new to this site. I live in the Northern Panhandle of Idaho. I was trying to find out about my to little trees that where to be Mountain Ash Trees. I uploaded a picture of one that was given to me by a friend. The leaves do not look like the pictures you have. The other tree was left to me by some small creature :). I one in the picture has full sun and my surprise tree has shade in the late afternoon. Surprise is only 1 1/2 ft. and the pictured one is 2 ft+. Are they Mountain Ash Trees? I have to tell you that my surprise tree's leaves are a little lighter in color. and are a little different, but could be the same???? Thank You, Cindi10

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