Tree Type: Texas Ash is native to the counties surrounding the Dallas - Ft. Worth Metroplex and south through central Texas. The Texas Ash is a very beautiful shade tree with a rounded crown that is reminiscent of a Chinese Pistachio. When established the Texas Ash is easy to maintain because of its superior level of drought tolerance and low fertilizer requirements. The Texas Ash has 2 to 4 inch long rounded leaves that have a medium to fine texture and retain a deep green color. In the fall the Texas Ash produces a spectacular range of pastel colors that include yellow, orange, red, purple and maroon.

Growth Rate: Medium/Fast Growth Rate

Mature Size: The Texas Ash grows to a height of 35'-45'  with a spread of 30'35' at maturity.

Sun Preference: Full Sun.

Soil Preference: The Texas Ash likes Rocky soils; often of . Limestone-based, Sandy, Sandy Loam, Medium Loam, Clay Loam, Clay, Caliche type.

Zone:
 7-9