Narrow-Leaved Ash

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Details

Common name

Narrow-Leaved Ash

Botanical name

Fraxinus angustifolia

Variety

Raywood

Zone

USDA 6 - 9

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Bloom time

spring-summer

Light

sun

Height

60-70' (19-22 m)

Habit

rounded

Water

daily

Feed

use all-purpose

Maintenance

apply mulch