Patmore Green Ash question
Has anyone grown the Fraxinus pennsylvanica 'Patmore'?
I especially would like to know what kinds of debris it drops when it is at the age where the female green ash cultivars would be fruiting.
In my research the thing that confuses me is the way I've so often seen its seedless characteristic listed.
Usually I see the 'Patmore' seedless indication listed as follows:
What does this mean? Does it mean that the tree produces a seedless fruit that will become debris which drops off the tree later? Why would a male tree cultivar ever produce fruit?
Please explain, I am confused. If it is a fruitless male tree; why isn't the tree simply listed as fruitless or none on the Fruit indicator; instead it being listed as "seedless"?