Fraxinus retusifoliolata K.M.Feng ex P.Y.Pai
Fraxinus malacophylla is a deciduous tree growing up to 10 metres tall[
The plant is harvested from the wild for use as a medicine.
E, Asia - southern China (Yunnan, Guangxi) to Thailand
Secondary forests and dry, rocky slopes in calcareous rocky regions; at elevations from 500 - 2,000 metres[
Fraxinus malacophylla is native to moderate elevations in the subtropical regions of southern China. It is unlikely to tolerate much frost.
The bark is used in the treatment of malaria[
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[