Fraxinus pennsylvanica

Calycomelia lanceolata (Borkh.) Lunell, Calycomelia pennsylvanica ( Marshall) Nieuwl. This widespread species commonly inhabits floodplains and wetlands, . Fraxinus darlingtonii Britt. It is hardy to zone (UK) 4. Pronunciation: FRAKS-i- nus pen-sil-VAN-i-ka. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fire . Range may be expanded by planting. See states reporting green ash.

At a height of circa m the spread is circa m. The crown is densely closed. More on invasiveness: The green ash is a early- to late-successional species of riparian forests, adapted to survive in flooded soils through a . The upper edge of the leaf scar is not . The somewhat irregularly-shaped tree when young becoming an oval with age, Green Ash will reach a height of about feet with a spread of 45 . Green ash), generated from a DELTA database. Other names: French name: Frêne vert . Barcode of Life Data Systems (BOLDS) Stats Public Records: 7. The dioecious (i.e. individual trees are either male or female) red ash is native to North America, where it has the greatest range of any of the ash species. This is a striking feature tree which provides great summer shade and is capable of withstanding relatively extreme climatic conditions, being tolerant of frost as . Swamps and shores, often in areas that are quite wet, at least seasonally, often dominant on floodplains, occasionally invading peatlands, also in upland . Photos and information about Minnesota flora – Green Ash: opposite, compound leaves, to short-stalked leaflets, 2½ to inches long, finely toothed.

A dense, conical, upright branching tree with lustrous dark green leaves. Foliage turns a striking, deep . They appear as clusters of fruit near the . Latinské slovo – fraxinus pennsylvanica. Překlad latinského slova fraxinus pennsylvanica do českého jazyka, naleznete níže. Volatiles from green ash foliage or ambient air was trapped by Super Q and their chemical identities determined by GC−MS analysis. Effects of the whole mixture . Leafsnap is an electronic field guide for.

It was discovered in North America in July . Shape: Dense, compact, round. The bark is gray-brown with shallow furrows and . Evergreen- Deciduous: Deciduous. Overall Mature Size: Medium.

Cold hardy at high elevations. Native to Eastern United States. Trees may be referred to as male or female.