Oregon Ash - bundle of 5 bareroot plants

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Oregon Ash - bundle of 5 bareroot plants

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At a Glance: Fraxinus latifolia is a rough-wooded tree with gray bark and compound leaflets arranged oppositely around twigs.

Height: Up to 82 feet (25 meters).
Growth Form: Tree.
Stems: Bark becomes greyish-brown and fissured with age.
Leaves: Pinnately compound with 5-7 oval leaflets, leaflets arranged oppositely, leaves turn yellow in fall; leaf size: up to 13 cm (5 in) long; color: olive green above, pale below.
Flowers: Flowers inconspicuous, appear before the leaves in bunched clusters on the twigs; primary color: yellowish (male), greenish (female); size: 3 mm across.
Flowering Period: March, April, May.
Fruits: Winged 1 seeded fruits (samaras) like half of a maple fruit; occur in large clusters on female tree; fruit stalks very fine; shape: paddle shaped; size: 3-5 cm (1-2 in) long.
Full sun to mostly sunny, wet, or moist soils.

Plant form: bareroot plants 12"-24"

Washington Native Plant Society

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