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Genus 'Fraxinus'

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Fraxinus americana
Fraxinus angustifolia
Fraxinus diversifolia
Fraxinus excelsior
Fraxinus excelsior forma diversifolia
Fraxinus excelsior 'Pendula'
Fraxinus latifolia
Fraxinus ornus
Fraxinus pensylvanica
Fraxinus velutina

Fraxinus americana (White Ash)

Fraxinus americana

Native: Eastern N. America

Location: Grown for ornament and shade in eastern States and west and north Europe.


Leaves have seven to nine leaflets and turn clear yellow in the autumn.


Fraxinus americana

Male and female flowers are borne on separate trees, opening in May. Female flowers are petalless, in loose clusters.


No sample available

Fruit is about 2.5-6.2cm long, about 0.6cm wide and slightly pointed tips in clusters about 15cm long.