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It performs beautifully as a shade tree and is tough enough to handle the challenging climate. Glossy leaves, and near white bark. Fraxinus velutina 'Fan-Tex'. Tree Characteristics. Is there someone special in your life who loves to watch things grow? We are a local company: your privacy and comfort matter to us. Because they are grown from cuttings rather than by seed, the all-male Fan Tex Ash reliably forms a symmetrical, rounded canopy without developing the messy seed pods that are produced by female Ash trees. %PDF-1.3 %���� �i�! Rounded Shape. Fraxinus velutina 'Fan-tex' Fraxinus velutina 'Fan-tex' Scientific Name: Fraxinus L. (Oleaceae) velutina Torr. Flowering season: Spring Give them a gift that grows: a Civano Nursery Gift Card. Fraxinus velutina ‘Fan Tex’. Family: Oleaceae. average, dry, drought resistant. Features. Compared to other Ash trees commonly grown in our region, Fan Tex Ash has larger leaves that emerge earlier in spring and cling to its branches later into the winter. FAN-TEX ASH Fraxinus velutina 'Rio Grande' Photo Locations: Boething Treeland Farms. Height: 35 – 40 feet Fan-Tex Ash®. Plant at least 20 feet away from foundations or walkways. Fast growth rate. hardy. NO SPAM ZONE: You can unsubscribe at any time. It performs beautifully as a shade tree and is tough enough to handle the challenging climate. ���o���>jǂV���m��DN;Ǎ���x�!������`�O�[�F4�)R�Ά�z��S#���;%�X� Insignificant flower, dioecious, Large green leathery leaves resistant to wind and leaf burn. Possibility of surface roots. Fast growing. Width: 25 – 30 feet We won't spam you. Has large, more succulent leaflets than Modesto Ash. If you are sweltering in the high heat of the arid Southwest, get yourself a Fan Tex Ash tree (Fraxinus velutina 'Fan Tex'). (Rio Grande ash) deciduous. ׻vW���!��4�'������h튎��r�]=੺�1�a-�+X�M������rQf��P[)��Z@�6�J�1�Oc�"����� Fast growing. Bloom color: Inconspicuous Fraxinus velutina 'Fan-tex' Scientific Name: Fraxinus L. (Oleaceae) velutina Torr. See all Fraxinus. It is carefully grafted by our expert growers and will not produce any seed. Fraxinus velutina ‘Fan Tex’ (‘Rio Grande’) Glossy leaves, and near white bark. Grows to a height of 50 feet and a spread of 35 feet. Seedless. Zone 8. It has a high canopy with a typical clearance of 6 feet from the ground, and should not be planted underneath power lines. Foliage is resistant to wind burn. If you are sweltering in the high heat of the arid Southwest, get yourself a Fan Tex Ash tree (Fraxinus velutina 'Fan Tex'). This hybrid of the native Arizona Ash was selected for its superior tolerance of heat, arid conditions, and alkaline soil. Erect or Spreading with a High Canopy. 'Fan-tex' Nursery Availability 1 - 1 of 1. “Fan-Tex” or “Rio Grande” ash (Fraxinus velutina “Fan-Tex” or “Rio Grande”) is a fast-growing deciduous shade tree with bright gold fall foliage. Fan Tex Ash, Fraxinus velutina 'Fan Tex,' is a seedless Arizona Ash with superior tolerance to heat and arid conditions so that they can thrive in our area! Growth Rate: 36 Inches per Year. Resistant to wind burn. A male clone of Arizona ash (Fraxinus velutina), cultivar 'Fan Tex' is also commonly sold as the Rio Grande ash. Fan-Tex has a more rounded, broad, oval shape than Fraxinus velutina (Arizona Ash). Click to find the information you need to select those adapted to your environment. As it matures, the lower branches of this tree can be strategically removed to create a high enough canopy to support unobstructed human traffic underneath. Fan Tex is a male selection of the native Arizona Ash tree. Best ash for hot dry climate, no insect or disease problems, fairly symmetrical. Trees may be referred to as male or female. Height: 30 - 50 feet. ����a���+�Pnr[�w]r�M��JcAL�l�2 m60�����M��^��姃�F�÷-���.8�w�R*{�C��K�8�̪�%@��~b��i�ѽ�̷��������H����h��a���zp��΄��6Օ���`m��8l���>>Q~]��ċ�c��=r�L����hw&����2��i�5QA;���Ҹc�?�8�M��f���sG@g\�x�N�q5��Z�T)�R�6��ZƔ�u=6��!&���b7�ݜ�`$/. Width: 30 - 40 feet. Has Deciduous foliage. Compared to other Ash trees commonly grown in our region, Fan Tex Ash has larger leaves that emerge earlier in spring and cling to its branches later into the winter. Send by email Printer-friendly version. An excellent shade tree for hot summer regions, it matures 35 to 40 feet tall with a spreading, rounded canopy. Fan Tex Ash Fraxinus Velutina This hybrid of the native Arizona Ash was selected for its superior tolerance of heat, arid conditions, and alkaline soil. Fan Tex is a male selection of the native Arizona Ash tree. Foliage is resistant to wind burn. Fan-Tex Ash will grow to be about 40 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of 30 feet. 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