Loading...


Garden Decor - The Search Engine for Gardening
Blue Ash Trees

-

Blue Ash, Fraxinus Quadrangulata

Votes:31 Comments:0
The Blue Ash derives its name from pioneers extracting a blue dye from its inner bark. It is native to part of the Midwest and upper South in MO, IL, IN, OH, KY, and TN. It is not widely distributed i READ MORE
http://www.ashtreecentral.com/index.php...

Blue Ash (Fraxinus quadrangulata)

Votes:17 Comments:0
The Blue ash is a medium to large-sized tree that is usually 40 to 60 feet tall, but can attain a height of 150 feet with a trunk diameter of 3 feet. It is the only eastern ash with square twigs. The READ MORE
http://www.extension.iastate.edu/forestry/iowa_trees/trees/blue_ash.ht...

Blue Ash Tree Fraxinus quadrangulata

Votes:4 Comments:0
Unlike the firm, ridged bark of White Ash and Green Ash trees, the gray bark of the Blue Ash fissures and separates into shaggy and scaly plates. The tree grows on limestone soils, often on stream blu READ MORE
http://www.oplin.org/tree/fact%20pages/ash_blue/ash_blue.html

Blue Ash Tree

Votes:28 Comments:0
The Blue Ash (Fraxinus quadrangulata, Michx.) conceals its bluing in its inner bark. Crush a bit of it in water and the dye appears. But this is not always a convenient way to identify a tree. There i READ MORE
http://www.plantguide.org/blue-ash-tree.html

Blue Ash (Fraxinus quadrangulata)

Votes:15 Comments:0
A deciduous tree from the Olive Family (Oleaceae) 4-7 40' 80' slow full sun part shade narrow upright to upright rounded alkaline soils adaptable Blue Ash, present almost exclusively in t READ MORE
http://ohiodnr.com/forestry/trees/ash_bl/tabid/5329/Default.aspx
Blue Ash Trees
Home Improvement Canada , Home Mortgage Minnesota
Sites of Interest
New York Locksmiths
-
Search
Search
Search
Search
Login
StudySphere
Privacy Policy