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Image of Sorbus aucuparia photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(European Mountain Ash, Rowan)

European mountain ash is a small to medium-sized, rounded, deciduous tree native to Europe, Siberia and western Asia. It has also become naturalized in northern regions of North America--from Newfoundland to Alaska. Many features make it a showy landscape tree all season long, including its feathery, pinnately compound leaves, flat heads of musky-scented white spring flowers, fall clusters of vibrant red-orange berry-like pomes and vibrant fall leaf color that ranges from yellow to red or burgundy....

Image of Sorbus aucuparia

Lane Greer

(European Mountain Ash, Rowan)

European mountain ash is a small to medium-sized, rounded, deciduous tree native to Europe, Siberia and western Asia. It has also become naturalized in northern regions of North America--from Newfoundland to Alaska. Many features make it a showy landscape tree all season long, including its feathery, pinnately compound leaves, flat heads of musky-scented white spring flowers, fall clusters of vibrant red-orange berry-like pomes and vibrant fall leaf color that ranges from yellow to red or burgundy....

Image of Sorbus aucuparia

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(European Mountain Ash, Rowan)

Offering exceptional hardiness, glowing reddish fall leaf color and a wealth of edible fall fruits, this vigorous, attractive mountain ash also offers large clusters of white flowers in spring. This variety is rarely available on the American market but is a desirable form for fruit production, if you can find one.

European mountain ash is a small to medium-sized, rounded, deciduous tree native to Europe, Siberia and western Asia. It has also become naturalized in northern regions of North...

Image of Sorbus aucuparia

Jesse Saylor

(European Mountain Ash, Rowan)

Offering a pleasingly upright growth habit, glowing reddish fall leaf color and a wealth of edible fall fruits, this vigorous, attractive mountain ash also offers large clusters of white flowers in spring. This variety is rarely available on the American market but is a desirable form for fruit production, if you can find one.

European mountain ash is a small to medium-sized, rounded, deciduous tree native to Europe, Siberia and western Asia. It has also become naturalized in northern regions...

Image of Stemmadenia litoralis photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Lechoso, Milkyway Tree)

Called lechoso in Mexico because of its milky sap, the milkyway tree is prized for its vanilla-scented white flowers. A small evergreen tree with open branching and a rounded, tiered canopy, it hails from the humid coastal forests from Mexico to Colombia. The bark is initially smooth and grayish tan but becomes vertically fissured as the tree matures.

The wavy, oval leaves are deep glossy green and paper thin. Branch tips bear small clusters of flower buds any time of year when humidity is...

Image of Stewartia photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Stewartia)

This genus of approximately 15 shrubs and small trees from woodlands of East Asia and eastern North America contains several of the most prized woody ornamentals for temperate gardens. These are grown for their camellia-like flowers, colorful fall foliage, and handsome bark.

These hardy, deciduous (or rarely evergreen) shrubs or multi-stemmed trees bear toothed, oval, short-stalked leaves on zigzag branchlets. The foliage of some stewartias turns yellow, red, or purple in fall. Cup-shaped, creamy-white...

Image of Stewartia monadelpha photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Tall Stewartia)

Showy fall foliage, colorful bark, and ivory-white summer flowers are among the ornamental merits of this small to medium-sized deciduous tree from woodlands of Japan and Korea.

This hardy tree has medium- to dark-green, toothed, oval to lance-shaped leaves that turn purple and burgundy in fall. Small, creamy-white, cup-shaped flowers with numerous orange-yellow stamens open from plump buds in late spring and early summer. Ovoid, five-chambered seed capsules follow the flowers. Tall stewartia...

Image of Styrax japonicus photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Japanese Snowbell)

A soft, graceful presence in the garden, this small hardy deciduous tree from eastern Asia produces a blizzard of dangling white blossoms in late spring and early summer. The lavish display makes the spreading, tiered, leafy branches look like their undersides are plastered with snow. Its picturesque habit, lush foliage, smooth gray bark, and slightly fluted and contorted branches give it ample year-round interest.

Borne by the thousand, the white, five-petaled, cup-shaped blossoms are ever...

Image of Styrax japonicus

James H. Schutte

(Carillon Japanese Snowbell, Japanese Snowbell)

A soft, graceful presence in the garden, Japanese snowbell is a small hardy deciduous tree from eastern Asia. The cultivar 'Carillon' forms a dense broad head-high mound of weeping branches. White cup-shaped blooms dangle from the branches in late spring and early summer. They cast a slight perfume. Attractive pearl-sized whitish green fruits follow the flowers. The lustrous dark green leaves have paler undersides and a pointed, sometimes curled tip. The leaves turn bronzy-yellow in late fall, if...

Image of Symplocos paniculata photo by: JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Asian Sweetleaf, Sapphire Berry)

A dense deciduous shrub that occurs from the Himalayas to Japan and Southeast Asia, sapphire berry is named and grown for its late summer and early autumn display of showy bright-blue fruits.

The toothed, oval, deep-veined leaves of this large shrub or small tree are alternately borne on upright to spreading, gray-barked branches. Older stems develop ridged and furrowed bark. Large frothy clusters of small white five-petaled flowers appear at the branch tips in mid- to late spring, sometimes...