Ash trees are medium to large trees of the genus fraxinus of the family Oleaceae (Olive-tree like). The family contains between 45 and 65 species. Some of them are evergreen, but most are deciduous. They grow in most parts of the world. The seeds are commonly known as keys in English. They are a type of fruit known as a samara. Most of the ash species have light-green, oval shaped, pinnate leaves. If they are deciduous they may turn yellow before dropping, sometimes frost may cause them to drop while still green. Ash trees are becoming endangered due to the emerald ash bores.
Ash wood is used to make various tools, handles, baseball and softball bats and bows. It also makes very good firewood. Ash trees are also perfect material for old fashion shafts for bow and arrows.
Normans provide a fully comprehensive range of products and materials to the building industry in Jersey, with two locations, one at Commercial Buildings the other Five Oaks.
Normans is a people business. Our aim is to have motivated and friendly staff who take pride in their work and give our customers great customer service.
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Norman Limited, 19 Commercial Buildings, St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands, JE1 1BU