Who grows fragrant ash in east tx?

bossyvossyJune 25, 2014

Fraxinus cuspidata? How easy to grow from seed?

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auntiem79

This might be helpful. Part Shade. Dry Soil. It's an East Texas native.

"PROPAGATION
Propagation Material: Seeds
Description: Seeds may be sown outdoors after collection or stored and stratified then sown in spring.
Seed Treatment: Stratify in moist sand or perlite for 30-60 days at 41 degrees.
Commercially Avail: yes"

Here is a link that might be useful: Native plant database-Ash

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