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Fraxinus quadrangulata



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Fraxinus quadrangulata
Blue ash

Given its common name for the four-sidedness of its stout branches, this glossy-leaved native ash is finding its way into the nursery trade despite the difficulties involved in its propagation.

Habit:Oval-rounded
Size:50-70' high
Color:Dark green, turning pale yellow in autumn
Texture:Medium
Hardiness:Zone 4a USDA
Habitat:Ohio - Tennessee - Kansas - Wisconsin
Family:Oleaceae

 
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