Fraxinus pennsylvanica  'Urbdell' Urbanite™

Fraxinus pennsylvanica  'Urbdell' Urbanite™

Can tend to be something of an ‘ugly duckling’ as a young tree, but matures to be one of the finest foliage trees available. A symmetrical habit, highly lustrous foliage and distinctive bark are just three positive attributes of this tough shade tree. Very good for street, park and garden plantings.
  • Top 10 Trees
  • Full Sun
  • Part Sun
  • Pyramidal
  • Easy to Grow
  • Mulching
  • Genus


  • Species


  • Variety Type


  • Variety

    Fraxinus (Ash)

  • Growth Rate


  • Foliage

    Extremely lustrous, dark green pinnate leaves with five to nine leaflets, changing to a deep bronze in autumn. The large leaflets impart a moderately coarse, but elegant, texture to the canopy.

  • Bark

    Attractive grey to dark greyish-brown. Becoming ridged and furrowed with age.

  • Ornamental Fruit

    Reported (overseas) to be seedless.

  • Tree Habit

    Broadly pyramidal, dense. Upright branching.

  • Flowers

    Yellowish-green male flowers in spring. Inconspicuous.

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