Fraxinus sambucina pubescens (Koidz.) Nakai
Fraxinus sambucina velutina Nakai
Fraxinus sieboldiana koiei Koidz.
Fraxinus sieboldiana pubescens Koidz.
Fraxinus sieboldiana serrata Nakai
Fraxinus lanuginosa is a deciduous tree with wide-spreading branches; it can grow from 5 - 15 metres tall[
The tree is harvested from the wild for local use as a medicine and source of wood.
Fraxinus lanuginosa is highlighted as a threatened tree in Russia, however this is the edge of its distribution. In Japan, it is considered abundant and no know threats have been identified. The plant is classified as 'Least Concern' in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species(2018)[
E. Asia - Russian Far East (South Kuril Island), Japan
A sub-canopy tree in mixed deciduous forests on slopes; at elevations from 700 - 1,800 metres[
|Conservation Status||Least Concern
|Other Uses Rating||
|Pollinators||Beetles, Flies, Bees, Wind
Fraxinus lanuginosa is a moderately cold-hardy plant, able to tolerate temperatures down to around -20°c when fully dormant[
The plant can be quite slow-growing[
The bark is used for Traditional Chinese Medicine[
Fraxinus species in general are gross feeders with an extensive, fibrous root system, which makes transplanting easy, but means that other species will often not grow well if planted nearby, especially if they are shallow rooted[
The wood is used to make baseball bats and electric guitars[