Oregon Ash (Fraxinus Latifolia) is a tree in the Olive Family (Oleaceae). It’s native to Western North America, blooms Mar-May and grows 40-80 ft. It’s commonly found in and around wetlands, swamps and forests. It tolerates seasonal flooding to dry soils and partial to full sun exposure.
Oregon Ash is commonly used in wetland and stream restoration. Although is known to do very good, deer browsing on young plants is the main concern.