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I think a tree I saw on the Connecticut River between VT and NH (at White River Junction) may have been a Fringe Tree, Chionanthus virginicus.

But do they grow that far north???pendent complex white droopy flower complex hanging below upward pointing compound, opposite oval leaves.
Last Updated: Jun 27, 2016  |  31 Views

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Dear Gardener:  Good spotting!!   It could be the Chionanthus virginicus, the Fringe Tree, as it is hardy to Zone 3 which is all the way north to the St. Lawence River!

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