Ashes (Fraxinus species) are among the earliest trees
to color in fall.
The green ash (Fraxinus pensylvanica) develops
beautiful gold which may sometimes have orange and maroon
Some white ash varieties are reliably maroon in fall
(Fraxinus americana 'Marshall's Seedless' is an
Several ash trees show the range of color possible in this
genus, including one partially seen in the right foreground
which is almost bare of its maroon leaves.