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The mountain ash isn't really an ash. It's part of the rose family, a relative of the backyard bush. Leaf peepers could care less and enjoy the sight of its ruby-colored fruit announcing autumn. Birds and bears dine on its bitter fruit, and Native Americans used it for medicinal purposes. The mountain ash - a useful tree for animals and people, whatever its designation.