Fraxinus americana, White Ash
Fraxinus americana, White Ash
Fraxinus americana, White Ash
Fraxinus americana, White Ash
Fraxinus americana, White Ash
Fraxinus americana, White Ash
White Ash, Fraxinus americana, is second
only to green ash for the widest distribution
range of any native ash tree species. This
was a beautiful day to be out in nature!
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Fraxinus americana L., White Ash
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Leaves of Fraxinus americana are smaller
than most other species and are between 3
and 4 inches long.
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Fraxinus americana branches are ascending
and slender with smooth grayish bark.
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White ash trees have an irregular
open crown and may reach 90 feet
in height by maturity.
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The trunk bark of Fraxinus americana is
quite rough with long vertical fissure and
ridges.
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Fraxinus americana bark can also be
somewhat plate like at certain stages
in development.
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