Fraxinus griffithii - Flowering Ash
Landscape value: A versatile small tree that is evergreen in many parts of Australia and produces an attractive floral display in early spring. This species is suitable for use in smaller gardens and parks or for street and avenue usage.
Height: 6 metre(s)
Width: 4 metre(s)
Growth rate: Slow to moderate.
Habit: Moderately rounded.
Foliage: Glossy pinnate deep green pinnate leaves. Can be evergreen in some districts.
Flowers: Fragrant white flowers, produced in clusters. Very decorative.
Fruit: Samaras that remain on the tree until the winter months.
Tolerances: Tolerates a wide range of conditions including coastal and urban stresses, but performs best in moist, well drained soils in a position receiving full suns.
Comments: A tough and adaptable small flowering tree that requires little maintenance once established. Will benefit from some supplementary irrigation in prolonged, very dry weather.
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