Fraxinus pennsylvanica fact sheet

Fraxinus pennsylvanica. Cultivars with variegated or yellow leaves are still often planted in gardens. They seem to be less invasive, but one must be aware of the wild rootstock on which they are grafted. The species was also propagated and planted by bee-keepers. Acer negundo pollen is one of the earliest pollen sources in the spring.

Ornamental shade tree that is suited to planting in open spaces. It gives the landscape a very formal look with its dense neat habit. It has year round interest with dark green leaves that turn to a spectacular deep red in Autumn.

Virginia Tech Dendrology white ash Oleaceae Fraxinus americana L. symbol: FRAM2 Leaf: Opposite, pinnately compound with 7 serrate to entire leaflets that are ovate to somewhat lanceolate, 8 to 12 inches long, essentially hairless, green above and slightly paler below. United States Department of Agriculture . Indiana - July 2010 (ver. 1.0) Indiana NRCS Guideline s. BACKGROUND . Indiana has an exceptionally diverse selection of natural habitats. This variation of natural habtats in i turn supports a number of very rare species, includ-ing the Indiana Bat (Myotis sodalis). Although bats

Fact Sheet ST-268 November 1993 Fraxinus pennsylvanica‘Newport’ Figure 1. Young ‘Newport’ Green Ash. ‘Newport’ Green Ash1 Edward F. Gilman and Dennis G. Watson2 INTRODUCTION ‘Newport’ Green Ash (also known as Baileys Select) grows into an upright pyramidal form when young, maturing to a rather open, oval silhouette 55