Fraxinus pennsylvanica 'Marshall'
Common name: 
Marshall Ash
Marshall's Seedless Ash
Pronunciation: 
FRAKS-i-nus pen-sil-VAN-i-ka
Family: 
Oleaceae
Genus: 
Type: 
Broadleaf
Native to (or naturalized in) Oregon: 
No
  • Deciduous tree, broadly oval, to 50 ft (15 m) tall and 40 ft (12 m) wide.  Leaves glossy green, turn bright yellow in fall.  A male tree so it is seedless.
  • Sun.  
  • Hardy to USDA Zone 3     The most commonly planted Green Ash cultivar.  It is a seedless and visually identical to a regular male green ash (Jacobson, 1996).  "Marshall" refers to Marshall Nursery of Arlington, Nebraska and/or George A. Marshall of that nursery.
  • ‘Marshall’ is a popular seedless selection of F. pennsylvanica and Autumn Purple® is a popular seedless selection of F. americana, compare these two popular ash selections.
  • Oregon State Univ. campus: several located at southeast corner of Campus Way and 35th St., west of USDA Forage Seed lab.
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    plant habit, summer and fall

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    leaf, summer

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    leaf, fall