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What is a Patmore ash tree?

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The Patmore ash tree, or Fraxinus pennsylvanica "Patmore," is a shade tree that grows 50 to 60 feet high and 30 to 25 feet wide, according to the Tree Farm. It has an oval crown and a straight trunk.

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The Patmore ash tree is hardy in USDA Hardiness Zones of 3 through 7. It has an upright form with shiny deep-green leaves that turn golden-yellow in the fall. It has a medium-fast growth rate. Patmore ash trees prefer filtered or partial sun to full-sun conditions. They also have moderate water needs. They are typically grown for their foliage, but they do not flower.

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