Raywood Ash

Fraxinus oxycarpa ‘Raywood’

The Raywood ash is known for its excellent fall color.  The leaves turn from shades of red to purple before falling in autumn. The Raywood ash has a fine textured which adds softness to the landscape. It tends to stay more oval or upright when younger but matures to be a full rounded canopy adding impact to the landscape.

Zones: Hardy to Zone 5
Leaf Description: Medium green
Mature Height: 40 to 50 ft
Mature Spread: 25 to 30 ft
Growth Rate: Moderate to fast
Habit: Upright, oval shape maturing to be rounded
Light Requirements: Best in full sun
Soil Tolerances: Adaptable, prefers a moist but well drained soil