Welcome to the subreddit dedicated to the ash tree!
The tree's common English name, "ash", traces back to the Old English æsc, which relates to the proto-Indo-European for the tree, while the generic name originated in Latin from a proto-Indo-European word for birch. Both words are also used to mean "spear" in their respective languages, as the wood is good for shafts.
All content must be relevant to ash trees, ash wood or anything else ash related.
No monetary exchanges.
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Rowan is also called Mountain ash, but is not a part of the genus Fraxinus, so we ask you to only post content related to true ash (Fraxinus).
Moderators reserve the right to remove any content they deem harmful to the sub.