Heartwood from bright olive yellow to gold-brown (similar to teak). The wood darkens when allowed to dry further and takes on a yellowish color.
In its natural state, the color of the ash shimmers yellowish white.
The ash has a particularly expressive structure thanks to the clearly visible growth rings and a crown or striped pattern with a particularly expressive structure.
The heart is dark brown, the hard wood a yellowish white.
Creamy white with a slight reddish brown tinge, the heartwood varies from light to dark reddish brown.
Dark brown with a reddish tinge
The heartwood varies from light brown-pink to reddish brown. The sapwood is yellowish white, light to reddish gray.
Soft yellow to light brownish red
Plain structure with fine pores scattered throughout.
Yellowish white, reddish toward the pith
This tree grows very straight, has a pure color and fine growth rings. The texture varies from plain to figured up to flame-like.
The whitish to pale yellow sapwood is clearly distinct from the yellow-brown heartwood, which matures to a deeper brown.
The color scale ranges from pink to brown-red to violet veined.