Plant Magazine of Botanical-online September 2017

Natural remedies

Ash cultivation

Fraxinus excelsio

HOW TO GROW EUROPEAN ASH, COMMON ASH

Characteristics of the plant

COMMON ASH

flower

April - May. Not very outstanding flowers in panicles, brown reddish, neither calyx nor corolla. Fruits in samara and black buds. Leaves compound, till 15 leaflets, sessile and toothed It can reach up to 40 m.

water

Regular. It needs abundant watering or to be planted in humid areas.

gardening pot

Gardens and parks considering it is a tree that provides good shade and for its resistance to the illnesses. It is very ornamental in autumn for the yellowish coloration of its leaves. Its wood is very resistant and it is used for the construction of different tools because it is very flexible, not very heavy and very resistant. It has been used as a medicinal plant and in the tanning industry.

weather

Sun, It tolerates the shade and the strong winds and it is very resistant to the freezes.

shovel

By means of seeds in autumn.

SOIL

By means of seeds in autumn.



Another species of "Fraxinus"

Fraxinus americana ---------------- White ash

Fraxinus angustifolia --------------- Narrow-leafed ash

Fraxinus bungeana ---------------.............

Fraxinus floribunda ------------------...............

Fraxinus griffithii ---------------...............

Fraxinus hookeri -------------...............

Fraxinus japonica ---------------------...................

Fraxinus latifolia -------------------- Oregon ash

Fraxinus longicuspis ------------------- .................

Fraxinus mandshurica --------------- Manchurian ash

Fraxinus nigra ------------------- ...........

Fraxinus ornus ------------------ Flowering ash, manna ash

Fraxinus oxycarpa ---------------................

Fraxinus pennsylvanica ---------------- Green ash, red ash

Fraxinus quadrangulata --------------- Blue ash

Fraxinus sieboldiana -------------------.....................

Fraxinus sinensis ------------------ .....................

Fraxinus texensis ---------------...............

Fraxinus uhdei ------------------------ Evergreen ash

Fraxinus velutina --------------------- Velvet ash, desert ash, Arizona ash

punto rojo More information about plants cultivation in the listing above.

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