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Green Ash

Fraxinus pennsylvanica • Red ash

Native

Green/red ash is a small to medium size tree that typically grows up to 25 meters tall. It grow across southern and central Ontario, as far north as the Ontario-Minnesota border and the north coast of Georgian Bay, east to the North Bay region. This ash is popular as a shade tree in residential areas and was widely planted, although the Emerald Ash Borer is currently threatening the species across its entire range.

 

Leaf

Compound, opposite, leaves are 5–30 cm long, usually 5-9 leaflets. with serrated margins and short but distinct, downy petiolules a few millimeters long.

Fruit/Seed

Samara. 2.5–7.5 cm long comprising a single seed 1.5–3 cm, long with an elongated apical wing 2–4 cm.

Bark

Smooth and gray on young trees, becoming thick and fissured with age. Greyish-brown colour.

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