Raywood Ash in Fall

10/27/2013 | Ken Lain, mountain gardener Tips, Trees, Uncategorized

30 second plant tip of the day – Raywood Ash in fall color – Fraxinus oxycarpa


Raywood is a fine source of fall color and is also drought resistant. Good street tree that, with age, provides considerable shade. Plant as a single specimen, in a grove for more widespread shade or for seasonal shading on hotter south and west exposures.

3 Replies to “Raywood Ash in Fall”

  1. What size are your Raywood Ash trees, and how much are they in the 25 gallon size?

    1. We have a variety of sizes and types of trees since our inventory is constantly changing you really need to stop by the Garden Center. Check the website for hours and directions.

    2. We have a variety of sizes of this and many other trees. Our inventory is constantly changing with new product coming in every week. Take a photo of where you want to plant and stop by the Garden Center, one of our knowledgable staff will be happy to help you.

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