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Fraxinus americana
White Ash

White Ash, even in youth, tends to have darker green foliage, more dense shade, and a more rounded and symmetrical canopy than Green Ash. In Autumn, White Ash develops gold, red, burgandy, and purple hues, while Green Ash has green, chartreuse, and gold hues.


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