Patmore Ash Tree

Patmore Ash Tree

As a member of the ash tree family, Pat more ash tree is a fast-growing landscaping tree which can grow up to more than 70 feet in height with a spread more than 50 feet. They are renowned for their commercial landscaping values in summer and autumn. They can provide dense shade in hot summer days and can tolerate drought conditions well. They can also resist most diseases and pests which will threaten other tree species.

Growing Patmore ash trees will be really easy and their growth actually needs very little maintenance from you. You just need to do some occasional watering and applying some mulching materials around the base of the roots to preserve moisture. To keep them tidy and healthy, some pruning work is required in winter when they are in their dormant period. They are considered as hardy trees which can tolerate some extreme climates. So, they can be planted in a large range of areas from the cold zones to warm zones.

They prefer well-drained soil conditions with adequate sunlight. They will produce attractive blossoms in spring. In autumn, only a small portion of their leaves will shed and others will stay on branches for the coming winter. They can tolerate most soil types no matter they are sandy types or clay types. They are also adaptive to different environment well such as desert areas or forest areas. The only thing you should keep in mind is that the first year’s growth of them need more water than ever. So, you should ensure that water supply is adequate, and some mulching can help preserve the moisture for a long time. The high quality of its timber and wood is another valuable thing for your home. When planting, you should leave adequate space between two adjacent trees for further growth.

Image provided by Humphrey Bolton [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons

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