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Posted on Looking for eastern hophornbeam boards

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Clint Searl

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#1 posted 692 days ago

I have both Eastern Hophornbeam (shaggy bark) and American Hornbeam (smooth muscled bark) growing on my property, neither of which get over about 8 inches in diameter nor very tall, so I doubt that you’ll find any boards in the dimension you referenced.

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