Ray Wood Ash Trees
Botanical name: Fraxinus oxycarpa. The Raywood Ash tree is an excellent drought tolernt tree to plant
in the southwest or just about any part of the U.S.
It grows about 1ft per year but will grow much faster if watered and fertilized more often.
The Raywood ash tree turns a fantastic deep red during the fall seasons.
It grows to about 50-60ft tall and about 40ft wide.
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Water Requirements: When initially planting water every day for the first 30 days, this is critical if planting in mid-summer. Once established water about 3-4 times on a drip systmem about 20 minutes
Sun: Full to partial sun
Zones: USDA 5-9
Blooming season: No Blooms... but the foliage is a fantastic deep red during the fall season
Maintenance: Low - Some cleanup after foliage falls usually around late October
This tree is: Deciduous. No foilage during winter months
Fertilize: Spring, Summer early fall. Fertilizer-Flowers Vegetables Trees Shrubs
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