Fraxinus pennsylvanica - Green / Red Ash
Fraxinus pennsylvanica - Green / Red Ash - Field Production
Fraxinus pennsylvanica - Green / Red Ash - Fall Colour

Green/Red Ash

Fraxinus pennsylvanica

  • Pyramidal when young, maturing to a rounded, irregular crown
  • Dark green, pinnate, compound leaves emerge later in the spring
  • Drooping clusters of winged samaras ripen in the fall
  • Foliage turns yellow in autumn
  • Gray-brown bark develops distinctive, diamond-shaped ridging

ZONE:
2

HEIGHT:
18-20 m

SPREAD:
10-15 m

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Growing and Maintenance Tips:


Ash trees have been used in a variety of landscape settings, as street trees or lawn specimens.

Additional Notes about Green/Red Ash:


Native to Ontario and parts of North America.

Like the white ash, the wood of green ash is commercially used for a variety of products including tool handles, oars, garden furniture and sports equipment.

Characteristics & Attributes


GROWTH RATE:
Medium
ATTRIBUTES:
Fall Color
Deciduous
HABIT:
Upright
Rounded
FOLIAGE COLOR:
Green
Yellow
LANDSCAPE USES:
Specimen
Naturalizing

THESE PLANTS ARE

suitable substitutions for Fraxinus pennsylvanica