Fraxinus latifolia Oregon Ash

  • Fraxinus latifolia,  Oregon Ash
  • Fraxinus latifolia,  Oregon Ash
  • Plant type
    • Deciduous Tree
  • Native or non-native
    • Native
  • Sun & shade levels
    • Full Sun
  • Soil conditions
    • Very Dry
    • Dry
    • Some Moisture
    • Moist & Well-Drained
    • Wet
  • Upland/wetland ratings
    • FACW-Usually found in wetland
  • Yearly Height, Width
    • 3 ft., 1 ft.
  • Ten Year Height, Width
    • 30 ft., 10 ft.
  • Matured Height, Width
    • 80, 40
 

The Oregon Ash can tolerate periodic flooding

This native tree does well in wet, low-lying areas. Tolerates seasonal flooding. Bright green compound leaves turn yellow in fall. Grows 60-80 feet, spreads 30-40 feet. Ash trees have a straight grain and are favored for making baseball bats.

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