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Fast-Growing Ash with Spectacular Fall Color

The Cimmaron Ash tree (Fraxinus pennsylvanica, 'Cimmzam') is a fast-growing tree renowned for its beautiful glossy foliage and fall color.  Its symmetric oval shape and high canopy make it perfect for any spot in your yard where you could use a lovely shade tree with ornamental appeal.

Your Cimmaron Ash is a tree with a lot to offer.  Not only is it a fast-growing tree that will provide soothing shade during the hot summer months, but it will also be a colorful addition to your yard spring through fall. 

You’ll be delighted by the brick-red fall color, so unusual for an Ash tree.  Even before its show-stopping autumn color, you’ll enjoy the rich, dark green foliage and tall, upright form.

Cimmaron Ash is a deciduous tree that is seedless with strong branches that are able to withstand wind and snow damage. It can grow 3 ft. or more per year, reaching 60 feet at maturity, with a spread of 30 feet. 

Your Cimmaron Ash is a tree you can count on to be a good investment of your time and money, as these types of Ash tree can be expected to live 70 years!  It’s a hardy tree, able to tolerate various ph conditions and even environmental salt and city environments.  It’s even considered drought-tolerant. 

Just give this tree a spot with lots of sun and space and sit back to enjoy it’s graceful lines, summer shade and dramatic, fall color

* Fast-growing
* Cold hardy
* Dramatic autumn color
* Summer shade


Plant Facts

Family Fraxinus pennsylvanica 'Cimmzam'
Foliage Green
Mature Height 50 - 60 feet
Mature Spread 25 - 30 feet
Soil Widely Adaptable
Zones 3-9
Mature Form Pyramidal, Irregular
Growth Rate Rapid
Sun Exposure Full Sun
Flower Color Green Panicles
Fall Color Yellow

Cimmaron Ash.

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Woody nodules Review by Neighbor
My neighbor has had her tree for around 10 years. It's a lovely tree, but this year it has developed hard, woody nodules in the lower branches. any idea what these might be? The tree looks very healthy otherwise. She fertilizes it every Spring.
Cimmaron Ash Review by Scott
I live in the Chicagoland area, and I love my ash. I planted it in 2003 and it is now finally growing like crazy and the fall color gets better every year....I highly recommend this tree.
Beatiful tree Review by ztcamp
I have seen this beautiful tree before, the foliage is impresive is a magnificent seedless with strong, upright branches that are resistant to storm and snow damage, we do not get snow in our area, but gets could in the winter. My problem is that I dont know if I can plant it in sandy soil, I live in Florida west coast.what do you mean by "but it does not like poor compacted soils"

<p><strong><font size=1>Answer from Nature Hills:</strong> Poor compacted soil is just the opposite of light sandy soil. Compacted means clay or clay mixtures that are quite dense and reduce drainage and new root penetration. </p></font><br>

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