Photos of Fraxinus-pennsylvanica-~-green-ash

Photos and Characteristics of Wetland Plant Species > This Category

Fraxinus pennsylvanica ~ green ash

scroll down for additional photos



  • FACW

  • Michigan C Value: 2

  • typical of bottomland forest

  • bud scar often straight across

  • leaves can be pubescent

  • leaflets may be paler green beneath than above, but are generally not as whitish as typical F. americana (white ash)

  • twigs may be pubescent

  • leaflets typically have very short petiolules

  • generally no waxy flakes or strips peeling from year old twigs (as is typical of F. americana)

  • also known as "red ash"

  • native

All Wetland Plant Species | Category Index | Previous | Next     
All photos shown within this Wetland Photos section of are copyrighted but are free to use for all noncommercial applications. Appropriate photo credit should be given to or Keto Gyekis when an image from this website is used for another publication. A web link back to is appreciated (but not necessary). If you want to license a high resolution version of any of our photos for commercial purposes, please contact Keto.