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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....

(European Mountain Ash, Rowan)

Columnar in habit, ‘Black Hawk’ has thick dark pinnate leaves with 11 to 17 leaflets that turn orange tones in fall. Musky-scented dull white flowers in late spring, clusters of vibrant orange berry-like pomes in late summer and fall, and cherry-like gray-brown bark with conspicuous horizontal pores give it further multi-seasonal interest.

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...

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

Jesse Saylor

(European Mountain Ash, Rowan)

Offering a narrow fastigiate habit and bright fall fruit, 'Carpet of Gold' has thick dark pinnate leaves with 11 to 17 leaflets that turn orange tones in fall. Musky-scented dull white flowers in late spring, clusters of vibrant orange-yellow berry-like pomes in late summer and fall, and cherry-like gray-brown bark with conspicuous horizontal pores give it further multi-seasonal interest.

European mountain ash is a small to medium-sized, rounded, deciduous tree native to Europe, Siberia and...

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 Sorbus aucuparia

Jesse Saylor

(European Mountain Ash, Rowan)

The Cardinal Royal selection of European mountain ash, is notable for the uncommon bright-red color of its berries. It also boasts handsome pinnate leaves, flat heads of musky-scented dull-white flowers in late spring, and clusters of berry-like pomes in late summer and fall that give it multi-seasonal interest.

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...

Image of Sorbus aucuparia

Jesse Saylor

(European Mountain Ash, Rowan)

Introduced in the mid-nineteenth century, 'Pendula' is weeping form of European mountain ash, a small to medium-sized, deciduous tree native to Europe, Siberia and western Asia. Usually top-grafted on a short trunk, it has sprawling, wayward branches that form a lopsided crown. Handsome ferny compound leaves with 11 to 17 leaflets are medium green in summer and yellow, orange, or burgundy in fall. Sparse dull white flowerheads in spring give rise to red berry-like pomes in late summer and fall.

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(Northern Mountain Ash)

A striking sight in late summer when its branches are laden with large dense clusters of orange fruit, this large shrub or small tree from Greenland and northeastern North America is also worth growing for its handsome ferny foliage. Divided into 11 to 17 toothed, lance-shaped leaflets, the feathery deciduous leaves are bluish green before turning rust or yellowish tones in fall. Flattish heads of fetid white flowers open in late spring, giving rise to blueberry-sized fruits which ripen to red before...

Image of Spathodea campanulata photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(African Tuliptree, Flame-of-the-forest)

The reddish, tulip-shaped flowers of African tuliptree occur in plump clusters high in the canopy from spring to autumn. One of the most beautiful tropical flowering trees, it is native across the dry, humid forests and savannas of sub-Saharan Africa. Fast growing when young, it develops an upright oval canopy atop a buttressed trunk. Like most fast-growing trees this shallow-rooted species also has weak limbs.

African tuliptree is semi-evergreen, dropping its foliage only in the most severe...