- Flower nameGriffith's Ash
- Scientific nameFraxinus griffithii
- Aliasタイワンシオジ, Fraxinus, 台湾シオジ, 島十練子
- Place of originSouth East Asia
- Place of floweringStreets, Planting
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July
What is Griffith's Ash
Griffith's Ash(scientific name:Fraxinus griffithii) is (semi)- evergreen tree native to South-East Asia of the Oleaceae department . Because coming from warm regions, leaves turn to brown from green in winter. In dioecious trees cool, Oleaceae particular smell is. Glossy leaves are wavy at the leaf edges. The flowering panicles consisting of white flowers resembling Chinese privet (scientific name: Ligustrum lucidum) in the early summer. Trees are being planted as a street tree, used as a wood bat and equipment.
Common name: Griffith's Ash, Scientific name: Fraxinus griffithii, Other name: Taiwan sod (Taiwan platypoda), Origin: Okinawa, Taiwan, India and South East Asia, and environment: half-day shade is OK, Life: (semi)- evergreen tree, Height: 15-18 m, bark color: grayish-white, leaf color: green, leaf quality: gloss with, phyllotaxis: opposite, Leaf: odd pinnately compound leaves, leaf edge: waves, flowering: June-July The Star: panicles and flower color: white, flower diameter:0.5 cm, Fruiting period: August-September, fruit shape: spatula-shaped winged, fruit color: white, Use: trees, foliage plants and potted plants, Garden, wood is the utensils.