Blue Ash Tree (Fraxinus quadrangulata) (1 Tree)

1 Blue Ash tree in the scene. Fraxinus quadrangulata, the blue ash, is a species of ash native primarily to the Midwestern United States from Oklahoma to Michigan. It is a broadleaf deciduous tree, 50-70 ft (15-21 m) high, slow growing, narrow, rounded crown, often irregular; stems 4-sided, with 4 conspicuous ridges or wings. You as a landscape architect may find Fraxinus quadrangulata useful as a parkland tree with attractive autumn color. Male trees will require less maintenance as the female tree will produce a lot of seed. Polygons: 1,572,615 Verts: 1,667,383 Blue Ash: 20 m In the archive: 3ds max (V-ray-2014), FBX and … * Features: – Optimized for Distant and Closeup Views – Clean Topology – Unwrapped Overlapping – Real-World Scale – Transformed into zero – Objects Named – Materials Named – Units: Centimeters Have a good one!

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