- Flower nameJapanese Flowering Ash
- Scientific nameFraxinus sieboldiana
- Alias丸葉青だも, Fraxinus sieboldiana, ホソバアオダモ, Japanese Flowering Ash
- Place of originJapan and the Korean Peninsula
- Place of floweringLow mountains
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Japanese Flowering Ash
Fraxinus sieboldiana, Japanese Flowering Ash or Malva Aodamo (Scientific name: Fraxinus sieboldiana) is a deciduous tree in the family Oleaceae, which is native to Japan and the Korean Peninsula. In Japan, it grows wild in the low mountains of Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu.
Common name: Fraxinus sieboldiana, Scientific name: Fraxinus sieboldiana, also known as Hosoba-Aodamo, Japanese Flowering Ash, Japanese Flowering Ash or Malva Aodamo, life type: deciduous tree, tree height Bark color: 5-15 m, bark color: dark gray, leaf shape: odd pinnate compound leaves, leaf lenght: 10-20 cm, Leaf inflorescence: opposite, leaf margin: full border, Flower inflorescence: conical inflorescence, flower color: white, corolla: 4-petaled, flowering season: April-May, fruit type: winged fruit.