Have an Ash Tree on Your Property?
Rainbow Treecare is available to identify and map the trees on your property. If you would like help identifying and/or developing a tree protection program, please contact us.
Ash trees, all in the Genus Fraxinus, have compound leaves, meaning many leaflets on one leaf, and slightly grooved light grey bark. The buds and the leaves of the tree are opposite each other on the limb. A mountain ash tree is not a “true” ash tree and is therefore not susceptible to EAB.