FRAXINUS pennsylvanica ‘Marshall’s Seedless’

Ash, Marshall’s Seedless –

0756 Female green ashes produce copious messy winged fruits but the male ‘Marshall’s Seedless’ stays clean and seed-free. It also maintains a somewhat pyramidal crown and has bright yellow fall color.

Green ash is a tall, vigorous deciduous tree with a bushy crown. This native of central and eastern North America is adapted to a wide range of soils and topographies, including wet sites. Throughout the growing season it has attractive compound leaves that are glossy and dark green. These have opposite arrangement and commonly turn yellow in autumn. Ashes flower early in the season, but the blooms are inconspicuous.

Green ash grows best in locations with full to part sun. It is widely planted, and makes a great shade tree or street tree for urban settings. Avoid planting ashes where emerald ash borer has become a problem.

Winchester Gardens generally stocks this item. 

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Ash
Marshall’s Seedless
Tree
3-9
Spring
Red, Green
Green, Dark Green, Yellow
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45-50′
25-40′

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