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Narrow-leaved ash Overview
DUE TO THE SPREAD OF CHALARA FRAXINEA (ASH DIEBACK DISEASE) RESTRICTIONS HAVE BEEN IMPOSED BY THE UK GOVERNMENT PREVENTING THE MOVEMENT OF HOMEGROWN AND IMPORTED PLANTS. MEMBERS ARE ADVISED NOT TO OFFER ANY FRAXINUS TREES FOR SWAP OR SALE UNTIL RESTRICTIONS ARE LIFTED. Related to F 'excelsior', with similar foliage, flowers and fruit but darker bark and leaves in whorls of 3 to 4, not pairs. Can grow in semi-arid climates and has a broadly columnar to rounded crown. They are widely planted as street and park trees.
How to propagate Narrow-leaved ash
Propagate from seed in autumn; for cultivators, graft onto seedling stock of the same species.
Other uses of Narrow-leaved ash
Specimen with good autumn colour. Suitable for coastal conditions.