White ash  (Fraxinus americana)

Native

Ash leaves are pinnately compound with an odd number of leaflets.  Twigs are four-angled.  Fruits look like half a maple fruit.  Bark has a net-like pattern and is ash-colored on the upper branches.  Ash wood is commonly  used for baseball bats and tool handles.

To learn more about White ash, visit its profile at the USDA Plants Database

 

 

White ash leaves in fall