Fraxinus pennsylvanica 'Bergeson'
Native to: Eastern and Central United StatesCrown: Moderately ovalHeight: 55 feetWidth: 35 feetGrowth Rate: Fast
Characteristics: Foliage is yellow in fall. This tree is seedless and tolerates wet soil and severe cold.
Negative Features: Foliage burns in hot, dry winds. Can break up in ice-storms. Surface roots can cause problems with sidewalks.
Uses: Good for all street situations where room allows on arterial, collector, and residential streets. Suitable for planting along boulevards.
Comments: Bergeson is a good substitute for Summit or Patmore, #29 and #31.