TreeCropper 63 contained an article on the uses of the South European Flowering Ash (Fraxinus ornus), also known as the Manna Ash due to the Manna Sugar which is extracted from it.
This article prompted reader Clive Dalton to send the following pictures of a Manna Ash tree, its stump and a close-up of its leaves, and the stool Clive made for his grand-daughter Hazel. (He also bought her a hazel tree).
Clive says: …(see TreeCropper 65 printed quarterly magazine of NZ Tree Crops Association)
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