Fraxinus americana d.w. (White Ash)

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The biggest and most important ash species in Iowa is the white ash (Fraxinus americana). The opposing, compound leaves of white ash have 5-9 leaflets on each side. Individual leaflets are 2 to 6 inches long, and the leaves are 8 to 12 inches long. The stalks of the leaflets...
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The biggest and most important ash species in Iowa is the white ash (Fraxinus americana). The opposing, compound leaves of white ash have 5-9 leaflets on each side. Individual leaflets are 2 to 6 inches long, and the leaves are 8 to 12 inches long. The stalks of the leaflets are 1/4 to 1/2 inch long, and the leaflet edges are largely toothless or very slightly toothed. The fruit is a paddle-shaped samara that hangs on the tree far into the winter.

Botanical Name : Fraxinus Americana Wings

Common Name : White Ash

Height : 60- 120 ft

Spread : 50 ft

Germination Info :  Seed requires 30-60 days warm stratification followed by 60-120 days cold stratification 

Hardiness zone : 4-9

Average Seed Per Ounce : Approx. 625

Other Info : D.W. (Dewinged)

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