|Grid reference||ST 19777 77960|
|Common name||Single-leaved ash|
|Alternative name||Fraxinus excelsior forma diversifolia|
|Origin||Europe and Caucasus|
|Status||Wales Champion 2103|
|Height||17M 1988 (R & V Smith)|
|Height||21.5M March 2015|
|Girth||226cm 1988 (R & V Smith)|
|Girth||311cm January 2015|
This tree is beside the brook, on the north east bank approximately 70M upstream from the Waterloo Road bridge.
General tree description
Fraxinus excelsior Diversifolia Group is a cultivar of the Common ash, Fraxinus excelsior, with variable foliage - the compound pinnate leaves are reduced to a single large undivided leaf, or occasionally a three-part leaf. It is a large tree, up to 20 metres tall, with an upright, pyramidal crown. The bark is grey-brown and has shallow furrows. The leaves are ovate to elliptical with jagged teeth, dark green and 8 to 12cm long.