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Whitebeam Mountain Ash, Rowan
Sorbus cashmiriana

A beautiful small tree, closely related to our British native, renowned for its striking white marble-like fruits, borne in heavy drooping clusters well into winter, and the fiery shades of its autumn foliage.The attractive "pinnate" leaves and large heads of soft pink flowers in spring make this truly a tree for all seasons.

Size after 10 years:
approximately 5m (16ft) tall by 4m (13ft) across

Mountain Ash need a sunny site to grow well. They will thrive in most soils but can be short-lived on thin chalky soils.