What Is A Pumpkin Ash: Information About Pumpkin Ash Trees

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What Is A Pumpkin Ash: Information About Pumpkin Ash Trees

By Teo Spengler You’ve heard of pumpkins, but what is a pumpkin ash? It’s a fairly rare native tree that is a relative of the white ash tree. Pumpkin ash care is difficult because of the impact of one particular insect pest. Are you thinking of growing pumpkin ash trees? Read on for more pumpkin ash information, as this may not be such a great idea. What is a Pumpkin Ash? So exactly what is a pumpkin ash? Pumpkin ash (Fraxinus profunda) is a large tree native to southern swamps and other wet habitats. You can see the species along river and stream banks in the Coastal Plain. It often grows with bald cypress and similar trees. While this tree is very similar to white ash (Fraxinus americana), pumpkin ash information suggests that the trees differ in more than one aspect. Pumpkin ash grows in much wetter areas, and the

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