Fraxinus pennsylvanica Marshall
- Botanical Name
- Fraxinus pennsylvanica Marshall
- Common Name
- Green Ash, Red Ash
- Fraxinus pennsylvanica Marsh. var. subintegerrima (Vahl) Fern.
- Flora of Virginia Name/Status
- Fraxinus pennsylvanica Marsh.
- Typical plants have pubescent branchlets, petioles, and rachises. Glabrous forms have been called var. subintegerrima (Vahl) Fernald, but hardly seem worthy of recognition in a genus where this trait seems variable among several species.
- Floodplain forests, alluvial swamps, tidal swamps, seepage swamps, depression swamps and ponds, wet flatwoods, flood-scoured riverside bars and prairies, and other wetlands; less characteristic of, but occasionally
found in, mesic upland forests and old fields. Common in the Coastal Plain and Piedmont; rather infrequent and mostly confined to stream valleys in the mountains.
- Native Status
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