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Blue-Beech

Carpinus caroliniana • Muscle Beech, American Hornbeam, Smooth Barked Ironwood

Native

Blue beech is a small tree typically growing up to 8 meters tall. It is native to North America and can be found in Southern Ontario, in forested areas around the edges of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, but also found around Pembroke and Renfrew and on Manitoulin Island. It may also be known as musclewood for its muscle-like ridges on the smooth-gray trunks. It can be found in rich, moist, shady sites, often near water.

 

Leaf

Deciduous, simple, alternate. Bluish-green above and yellowish-green underneath. Doubly sharp toothed. Leaves 5-10 cm long.

Bark

Very smooth grey bark with muscle-like ridges.

Flower

Catkins, 2-4 cm long. Male and female flowers on the same tree.

186 Trees

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