Black Ash Tree Information – Learn About Black Ash In Landscapes

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Black Ash Tree Information – Learn About Black Ash In Landscapes

By Teo Spengler Black ash trees (Fraxinus nigra) are native to the northeast corner of the United States as well as Canada. They grow in wooded swamps and wetlands. According to black ash tree information, the trees grow slowly and develop into tall, slender trees with attractive feather-compound leaves. Read on for more information about black ash trees and black ash tree cultivation. Black Ash Tree Information The tree has smooth bark when it is young but the bark turns dark gray or brown and gets corky as the tree matures. It grows to some 70 feet (21 m.) tall but remains fairly slender. The branches head upward, forming a slightly rounded crown. The leaves on this ash tree are compound, each including seven to eleven toothed leaflets. The leaflets are not stalked, and they die and fall to the ground in autumn. Black ash trees produce flowers in early

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