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Raywood Ash Fall

Raywood Ash Tree

The Raywood Ash Tree (Fraxinus oxycarpa) does well in the Southwest.  It likes full sun and can tolerate poor soils.   They have dark green foliage that turns an attractive burgundy red in fall. They are resistant to the Ash blight. It will lose its leaves in winter but bounces right back in mid-spring.  They […]

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