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raywood ash

My raywood ash was planted 6 months ago; it was about 15 ft tall. It looks very healthy, but has not grown more than a few inches. Live in northern California, San Jose area.


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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 10/28/2015 @ 11:27 am

The Raywood Ash tree is listed as a fast growing tree.
It’s yearly growth rate can be about 1 ft per year and will grow faster with more water and fertilizer.
Your tree sounds to be healthy and likely is just becoming established.
Here are some links with more information.

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#2 Comment By villiers On 10/29/2015 @ 11:52 am

It’s a bit late to transplant a tree at 15 feet, and in the first year or so it will be making new roots, and you wil not see much growth. My Raywoods were planted 6 years ago, are now 15/20 feet and gave a spectacular display of colour this fall for the first time.


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