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Fraxinus - Ash Trees

Fraxinus (Ash Tree) are medium-sized to large, mostly deciduous trees with largely pinnately compound leaves, sometimes showy flowers and spectacular fall color. Adaptable, Ash Trees make stately shade trees or specimens trees. However, they are susceptible to the emerald ash borer, which can kill the tree within 3-5 years after infestation.

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Fraxinus americana (White Ash)

Native to eastern North America, Fraxinus americana (White Ash) is a magnificent, large, deciduous tree with a straight trunk and a dense crown, pyramidal to upright-oval when young, becoming rounded with age.

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Fraxinus angustifolia 'Raywood' (Claret Ash)

Noted for its exceptionally striking fall foliage, Fraxinus angustifolia 'Raywood' (Claret Ash) is a magnificent, fine-textured, deciduous tree with a straight trunk and a compact, elegant crown. Upright or oval when young, the canopy becomes full and rounded with age. The foliage of pinnate, lustrous, dark green leaves with lanceolate leaflets, creates a light shade beneath the tree. The leaves turn rich shades of red to purple in the fall before dropping to the ground.

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Fraxinus excelsior (European Ash)

Fraxinus excelsior (European Ash) is a splendid, large, deciduous tree with a straight trunk and a dense, rounded crown. The foliage of compound pinnate, dark green leaves contains 7-11 leaflets which turn rich shades of yellow in the fall.

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Fraxinus latifolia (Oregon Ash)

Native to western North America, Fraxinus latifolia (Oregon Ash) is a magnificent, large, deciduous tree with a straight trunk and a dense narrow crown. The foliage of compound pinnate, light green leaves contains 5-9 leaflets which turn clear yellow in the fall. The young bark is thin, smooth, and gray-green becoming gray-brown, thick and furrowed with age.

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Fraxinus ornus (Flowering Ash)

Noted for its splendid floral display in spring, Fraxinus ornus (Flowering Ash) is a pretty, medium-sized, deciduous tree with a short trunk and a dense oval to almost round, irregular crown. In late spring, fragrant, showy white flower panicles appear above the foliage.

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Fraxinus pennsylvanica (Green Ash)

Native to North America, Fraxinus pennsylvanica (Green Ash) is a superb, medium-sized, deciduous tree with a straight trunk and a dense crown, pyramidal when young, becoming rounded with age.

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