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Fraxinus mandshurica (Manchurian ash)

Other names: Japanese ash

F. mandshurica is a dense, oval to rounded, deciduous tree with pinnate leaves divided into approximately eleven lance-shaped, pointed, toothed, mid-green leaflets turning yellow in autumn. Compact panicles of inconspicuous, yellow-green flowers in spring are followed by green, winged fruit.
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Ultimate spread 7.5m
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Ultimate height 15m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Fraxinus bungeana (Bunge ash)

Other names: Bunge flowering ash, Northern ash

F. bungeana is a large, rounded, deciduous shrub or small tree with pinnate leaves divided into ovate, toothed, mid-green leaflets turning yellow, orange, red, and purple in autumn. Panicles of feathery, greenish-white to creamy-white flowers in late spring and early summer are followed by green, winged fruit ripening brown.
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Ultimate spread 5m
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Ultimate height 5m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Fraxinus velutina 'Bonita' (Arizona ash 'Bonita')

Other names: Velvet ash 'Bonita', Modesto ash 'Bonita', Desert ash 'Bonita', Fraxinus velutina var. coriacea 'Bonita', Bonita ash, Montebello ash

'Bonita' is a rounded to spreading, deciduous tree with leathery, velvety, pinnate leaves divided into seven tapered, lance-shaped, dark green leaflets turning yellow-orange in autumn. Clusters of inconspicuous, green flowers in spring are followed by winged, green fruit turning pale brown when ripe.
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Ultimate spread 10m
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Ultimate height 10m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Fraxinus excelsior 'Pendula' (Weeping ash)

'Pendula' is a dramatically weeping, mid-sized, deciduous tree with green leaves turning yellow in autumn.
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Ultimate spread 8m
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Ultimate height 15m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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Fraxinus chinensis subsp. rhynchophylla (Chinese ash)

Other names: Fraxinus rhynchophylla

F. chinensis subsp. rhynchophylla is a spreading, deciduous tree with pinnate leaves divided into three to seven, elliptic to broadly ovate, mid-green leaflets turning red in autumn. Panicles of insignificant flowers in spring are followed by narrow, winged fruit.
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Ultimate spread 15m
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Ultimate height 20m
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Time to ultimate size 20-50 years
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