Autumn Purple White Ash (Fraxinus americana ‘Autumn purple’) is a broad-conical male clone of the White Ash (Fraxinus Americana) that typically grows 45-60’ tall. As the cultivar name suggests, it is particularly noted for its excellent, long-lasting, reddish-purple to deep mahogany-purple fall color. Foliage consists of odd-pinnate compound leaves with 7 leaflets (less frequently 5 or 9). Each oval to oblong leaflet is 2-4” long. The Autumn Purple Ash turns from a glossy green into red and finally to a brilliant purple in the fall and holds its fall color longer than almost every other tree.