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The magnificent shade tree that has it all: tolerance for difficult soils and conditions; spectacular purple, red, orange, or gold fall color; and a stately silhouette. Shapes range from broad-domed to narrow teardrop, but most ash varieties will require a large, open space to become the crowning glory of your landscape. Ashes are good choices for dry or alkaline soils.

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Ash Tree

The magnificent shade tree that has it all: tolerance for difficult soils and conditions; spectacular purple, red, orange, or gold fall color; and a stately silhouette. Shapes range from broad-domed to narrow teardrop, but most ash varieties will require a large, open space to become the crowning glory of your landscape. Ashes are good choices for dry or alkaline soils.

genus name
  • Fraxinus
light
  • Sun
plant type
  • Tree
height
  • 20 feet or more
width
  • 30-50 feet wide
season features
problem solvers
special features
zones
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
propagation
Green ash.

Ash Tree

The magnificent shade tree that has it all: tolerance for difficult soils and conditions; spectacular purple, red, orange, or gold fall color; and a stately silhouette. Shapes range from broad-domed to narrow teardrop, but most ash varieties will require a large, open space to become the crowning glory of your landscape. Ashes are good choices for dry or alkaline soils.

genus name
  • Fraxinus
light
  • Sun
plant type
  • Tree
height
  • 20 feet or more
width
  • 30-50 feet wide
season features
problem solvers
special features
zones
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
propagation

More varieties for Ash

Green ash

Fraxinus pennsylvanica is a big, vigorous tree with rich, green foliage that turns bright yellow in autumn. It's native to areas of North America and grows 50 feet tall and 40 feet wide. Zones 4-9

White ash

Fraxinus americana is a tall (80 feet tall and 50 feet wide), fast-growing tree featuring large, dark green leaves that turn gold or purple in fall. Native to areas of North America. Zones 5-9

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