Ashland Green Ash

Fraxinus pennsylvanica

July 22, 2020 · 0 minute exploration
Ashland Green Ash

Why remarkable: Size and age

Details: This immense green ash tree was suggested by an Ashland resident and loyal Urban Forest Dweller reader. It watched an old house on this property burn down in 1939. That house was replaced by a boarding residence called “Napier House.” It’s currently a private residence, but you can drive by and appreciate just how magnificent this specimen is next to the garage in the back of the house. It’s lower trunk also hosts a healthy hive of bees!



Get Directions