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Fraxinus augustifolia 'Raywood'

Fraxinus augustifolia 'Raywood' (Fraxinus augustifolia)

This has now been in for three years. It was supposed to have dark red leaves in the autumn, but didn't in the least two years. But now! The colour is changing well! :-))

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looks good barbara, and tall, its quick growing i guess

22 Oct, 2009


We've been very pleased with its growth, Sandra. Our tree surgeon suggested it, got it for us AND planted it as well! He's seen it recently and was amazed how much it had grown!

22 Oct, 2009


yes its really nice and grows upward rather than out so doesnt block anything else

22 Oct, 2009


Well - the t.s. told us that the old ash tree may not live much longer, so we decided to look ahead and plant another one, only not a weeping one, to make a change! :-))

23 Oct, 2009


very lovely plant spritz. :o)

25 Oct, 2009


It was the right choice, wasn't it! :-))

25 Oct, 2009


yes it was indeed.

25 Oct, 2009



26 Oct, 2009

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