Fraxinus cuspidata, Fragrant Ash, leaves
Fraxinus cuspidata, Fragrant Ash, new growth
Fraxinus cuspidata, Fragrant Ash
Fraxinus cuspidata, Fragrant Ash, bark
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Fraxinus cuspidata, Fragrant Ash
Fragrant Ash, Fraxinus cuspidata,
has elliptical, pinnate compound
leaves with 7 to 7 leaflets.
Dallas Co., Tx
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Fraxinus cuspidata Torr., Fragrant Ash
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In early spring, bright yellowish
green new foliage begins to grow
on Fragrant Ash trees.
March, Dallas Co., Tx
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Tiny new leaves of Fraxinus
cuspidata begin to shoot out of
the twig tips.
March, Dallas Co., Tx
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The trunk bark of Fragrant Ash is
smooth and grayish brown.
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Fragrant Ash, Fraxinus cuspidata.
Dallas Co., Tx
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Fraxinus cuspidata is a deciduous tree and
will soon begin growing the samaras typical
of all Ash species..
Dallas Co., Tx
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