Texas Ash

Fraxinus texensis

Form: Upright Symmetrical
Growth Rate: Slow
Drought Tolerance: High
Size: 30-40’ tall by 25-35’ wide
Zone: 5a-9a
Salt Tolerance: N/A
Light Requirements:
 Full sun
Soil Requirements: Clay; sand; loam; alkaline; acidic; occasionally wet; well-drained
Bark: Gray with brown or black blotches, furrowed, with the
interlocking flattened ridges common to the ashes on older
Flower: Green and not showy
Fruit: Round .5 to 1” dry or hard pink does not attract
wildlife; showy; fruit/leaves not a litter problem
Foliage: Opposite/subopposite; odd-pinnately compound; serrate, entire; ovate, obovate; pinnate, reticulate, deciduous less than 2” green with orange, red, purple showy fall color. City street and parking lot tree, shade tree, deck or patio, specimen.

100 S Westminster Rd, Arcadia, Oklahoma

Monday – Thursday 
8:00AM – 5:00PM
8:00AM – 3:00PM