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Image of Sorbus photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Mountain Ash)

Image of Sorbus alnifolia photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Alder-leaved Whitebeam, Korean Mountain Ash, Korean Whitebeam)

Glossy, simple, Alnus-like leaves make this Asian native an unusual mountain ash species relative to most others which have pinnately compound leaves. Alder-leaved whitebeam is a small to medium-sized deciduous tree that originates from the slopes, mixed forests and thickets of China, Taiwan, Korea and Japan. It is a handsome landscape tree that maintains a pyramidal habit when young and rounded canopy when older. Like most ash trees, it offers multi-seasonal interest with attractive spring...

Image of Sorbus americana photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(American Mountain Ash, Mountain Ash)

A striking sight from late summer into winter when its branches are laden with dense clusters of showy fruit, this exceptionally cold-hardy large shrub (or small tree) from eastern North America is also worth growing for its handsome ferny foliage. Divided into 11 to 19 toothed, lance-shaped leaflets, the feathery deciduous leaves are medium green before turning orange or yellow in fall. Flattish heads of dull white flowers open in late spring, giving rise to pea-sized fruits which ripen red. The...

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Jesse Saylor

(Hybrid Mountain Ash)

Named for the color of its showy berry-like fruits, this hybrid of European mountain ash grows into a handsome small deciduous tree. Its lush ferny bright green leaves turn orange and red tones in fall. Musky-scented dull white flowers in late spring, clusters of apricot-yellow fruits in late summer and fall, and cherry-like gray-brown bark with conspicuous horizontal pores give it further multi-seasonal interest. The berries are favored by birds.

Grow ‘Apricot Lady' in almost any moist, well-drained,...

(Mountain Ash)

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...

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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....

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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...