Urbanite Ash

Fraxinus pennsylvanica ‘Urbanite’

Form: Broad pyramidal
Growth Rate: Moderate
Drought Tolerance: Moderate
Size: 50-60’ tall by 35-45’ wide
Zone: 5-8
Salt Tolerance: Moderate
Light Requirements:
Full sun to partial shade
Soil Requirements: Moist well-drained soil; highly tolerant of
short duration flooding
Bark: Smooth; grayish brown when young; has furrows and
corky, diamond shaped ridges with age; thicker bark; resists
trunk sunscald
Flower: Yellowish green; inconspicuous; blooms in Spring
Fruit: Seedless male cultivar
Foliage: Opposite, pinnately compound; five to nine leaflets; glossy, dark green leaves turn deep bronze to purple in Fall Widely planted due to its high adaptability to urban landscapes with varying air quality and soil extremes. It has been affected by the introduction of the emerald Ash borer which is present in almost all regions. The bark thickens as the tree matures which creates more resistance to trunk sunscald than the species and other cultivars

100 S Westminster Rd, Arcadia, Oklahoma

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