Velvet Ash

These trees are particularly common in large, sandy washes and along streams in rocky canyons.  They only grow where they can get a regular supply of moisture.  Their narrow leaves grow in a lance-like shape opposite of one another along the stem.  When young, the leaves have a velvety feel.  In Confluence Park they provide needed shade to the riparian habitat.

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