Ash Tree – Urbanite

Ash Tree – Urbanite

Fraxinus pennsylvanica ‘Urbanite’

Very tolerant of city conditions, its thick bark seems more resistant to sunscald than other Ash cultivars. Can tolerate drought once well-established, but does best with regular water.

Leaves are are dark green on top and whitish underneath. They turn a deep bronze color in fall.

Type of Plant: Deciduous Shade Tree - Ash

Distinguishing Characteristics: Deep bronze fall color

Water Use: Low

Flower Color: NA

Sun/Location: Full Sun

Approximate Height at Maturity*: 50'

Approximate Spread at Maturity*: 40'

Tree Shape:  Broadly pyramidal

*Under average conditions in Northern New Mexico