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European Ash

Fraxinus excelsior


The European ash is a medium size tree usually growing up to 20 meters tall. It is native throughout mainland Europe, it is widely cultivated and naturalized in New Zealand, United States and Canada. The European ash occurs on many sites, but is associated with basic soils on calcareous substrates.


Leaves are pinnately compound, 7-13 leaflets with many teeth, and have an opposite arrangement on the branch.


Bark on older trees is dark grey and has tight ridges.


Fruits are winged seeds (samaras) borne in clusters.


Flowers are purplish to yellow to greenish, very small with no petals or sepals, in many-flowered clusters.

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