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Trees of Historical Significance: The Weeping Ashes - West Princes Street Gardens

Name of tree collection
The Weeping Ashes - West Princes Street Gardens
Species
Fraxcinus excelsior pendula
Location
West Princes Street Gardens
Information
One of ten attractive weeping ash trees which run along either side of the main path in the west gardens. This is the best known of the common ash cultivars, widely planted during the Victorian era, it grows vigorously forming an attractive small to medium size tree with mounds of weeping branches.
Location
Princes Street Gardens