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Oregon Ash

Fraxinus latifolia

Native

Oregon ash is a medium-sized to large tree that can grow up to 25 meters tall. It is native to the Pacific coast region of North America and is commonly found in southern British Columbia. It grows in moist to wet soils near streams, lakes and in flood plains. Oregon ash is known to naturalize in other parts of Canada.

Leaf

With 5-9 (usually 7) leaflets; each 4-10 cm long , with a tapered base and broad pointed tip, usually smooth-margined.

Fruit/Seed

Single samaras; with long (3-5cm) wings, borne in large, drooping clusters.

Bark

Mature bark deeply fissured with broad, flat ridges, reddish-brown to gray.

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