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Fraxinus Griffithii 200mm Pot - Medium growing Ash tree

Ash 200mm Pot Fraxinus Griffithii. Medium to small tree

This Plants Current Average Height (From the Top Of the Pot): 800mm

Botanical Name: Fraxinus Griffithii 200mm Pots

Common Name: Ash

Current Height (from the top of the pot):700mm

This evergreen, small tree thrives in most parts of Australia and is extremely versatile. It has rich, green foliage and clustered white flowers with a lovely fragrance. It has a moderate growth rate and is easy to maintain and care for.

Features:               

  • Versatile small tree
  • Evergreen
  • Clustered white flowers
  • Fragrant
  • Rich green pinnate leaves

Position:

Full sun to partial shade

Ideal For:

  • Feature tree
  • Street tree
  • Park tree

Plant Apart:

1m-5m

Height at Maturity:

6-7m

Average Height:

Environment Conditions:

  • Soil:
    • Thrives in moist, well-drained soil
    • Rich, deep loam soil as well
    • Tolerant to most soil types
  • Climate:
    • Tolerates wide range of conditions
    • Coastal conditions
    • Urban stresses
    • Thrives in full sun
    • Suitable for dry/warm climates
  • Durability:
    • Frost tolerant
    • Drought tolerant

Care:

  • Water frequently in drier months
  • Fertilise with a slow release fertiliser
  • Low water requirements once established
  • Low maintenance once established

Design:

  • Cottage design
  • Street tree
  • Park tree
 

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