SEEDS FOR BUDAPEST

Hungarian ash
(Fraxinus angustifolia ssp. pannonica)

Hungarian ash

Fraxinus angustifolia ssp. pannonica; Magyar kőris

Why we chose it for Budapest

Native tree in Hungary. Threat status: LC

It is one of the typical deciduous trees in Hungary, it can grow up to 35 meters high, the diameter of its trunk can reach six meters. Two famous botanist, Rezső Soó and Tibor Simon, identified the subspecies in the 1950’s.

Quick Facts:

Plant type
Deciduous tree

Plant height:
Up to 35 m tall

Growing conditions
Loamy, sandy 

Location
Outdoor

Season to flower
Spring

How to plant

  1. Sow three to four seeds per pot on regular garden soil.

  2. Cover the seeds with 5-10mm soil.

  3. Gently firm the soil.

SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGE

We invite you to join us in planting the seed of hope: deepen your relationship with nature, protect and wonder at our vast Earth.

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