Fraxinus, Plant Profile and Landscaping Uses
Fraxinus are a group of deciduous trees with a number of varieties widely used in parks, gardens and broader landscaping applications in Australia
Wholesale growers offer a number of species and named cultivars in sizes from seedling trees to larger specimens ready to make an instant impact in any project.
- Fraxinus excelsior is the European Ash or Common Ash is hardy deciduous specimen tree with attractive yellow bark.
- Fraxinus oxycarpa raywoodii is the Claret Ash
- Fraxinus pennsylvanica ‘Urbanite’ is a cultivar widely offered, the species is from North America, good orange to red autumn colour.
With many species Fraxinus are a hardy and versatile tree. Fraxinus Griffithii or Evergreen Ash (semi-deciduous in cool climates) is a fast growing shade or specimen tree to 8m suitable for hot climates.
WHOLESALE FRAXINUS NURSERIES
WINTER HILL TREE FARM Ph: 02 4878 9193 Fax: 02 4878 9109
NSW Southern Highlands
Retail & Wholesale. Advanced trees & hedging. Grown in pots for year-round planting. 45 litre - 1000 litre available. Great range. Great Quality. Delivery available.
"Propagation and Production of Native and Exotic Trees
with Natural Root Systems from 2 to 2,000 lts."
111 Stanhope Road Theresa Park NSW 2570
Offering a variety of sun hardy Australian natives and exotic trees, shrubs, groundcover's and perennials from semi advanced through to super advanced and semi-mature stock.
Advanced container grown trees & shrubs. Large range of native plants & ornamentals ranging from 14cm to 45 litre. Specialists in indigenous plants and supply for Urban development. Supply & deliver all states.
55 McDougal Rd Neerim South Victoria 3831 PH: (03) 56281507
Advanced ornamental trees and garden designs and concept plans. Direct to your property combined with specialist knowledge and outstanding service.
44 Randall Crescent Moe VIC 3825
phone: 0427278853 fax: 0351278853
Wholesale growers of deciduous tree seedlings. Acer, Betula, Cercis, Fraxinus, Gleditsia, Liriodendron, Malus, Melia, Nyssa, Pyrus, Pistacia, Quercus, Robinia and Ulmus.