Fraxinus ornus (Flowering Ash)Add to Wish List
In colder climates, this beautiful, resistant evergreen tree becomes semi-deciduous. Dark-green pinnate leaves with 5 to 9 leaflets develop quickly and turn burgundy to pinkish-orange in the autumn. During the spring, the plant produces a spectacular display of creamy-white, fragrant...
Fraxinus mandshurica wings (Manchurian Ash)Add to Wish List
This medium-sized tree has a thick, oval to rounded crown and grows to be 40-50' tall. Leaves are pinnately complex and grow to be 10-15" long, with up to 11 coarsely serrated, lance-shaped leaflets about 3-5" long on each leaf....
Fraxinus chinensis (Chinese Ash)Add to Wish List
The tree Fraxinus chinensis (Chinese Ash) belongs to the Oleaceae family. They have a self-contained development pattern. Â Fraxinus chinensis is a deciduous tree that may reach a height of 98 feet. They have wide, simple leaves. Individuals can reach...
Fraxinus angustifolia (Narrowleaf Ash)Add to Wish List
Fraxinus angustifolia is a deciduous tree that grows to be 82 feet tall and 39 feet wide. It is cold resistant and hardy to zone 6 (UK). From April through May, it blooms. Wind pollinates this hermaphrodite species, which contains...