Category: deciduous tree Size: medium
Mature Size: 20' x 30'
Zone: 3-9 Growth Rate: fast
Foliage: Grayish-green turning yellow in autumn.
Elevation (if known):
Soil : Sandy loam to some clay
Sun: Full to dappled.
Comments: Oakleaf Mountain Ash gets its name from the shape of the leaves. The white flowers are followed by reddish orange fruit. Used as a street tree in many parts of the world including Western Europe, England, and Belfast
Alamosa Tree Board Recommended? no
Street Tree? yes Street Tree Conditions:
CO/NM native? no Native to:
Known Locations: East side of Boyd Park. Planted summer 2009.
Information Sources: Michigan State U Extension