Sorbus vilmorinii (also called Vilmorin's rowan)
Deciduous, spreading tree with arching branches. Fruits in autumn, which are unusual for starting red and then fading to pale pink or white, so you get all shades on the same cluster of berries. A good tree for small and wildlife gardens. Low maintenance. Notably attractive to birds and insects.
Flowers in spring, berries in autumn.
Elegant, arching branches. H: 5m S: 5m
Leaves – feathery, compound leaves in grey-green.
Flowers – clusters of creamy white flowers in spring.
Fruits – clusters of spherical fruits start red and fade to pale pink or white as autumn progresses.
Sun or light shade.
Any reasonably fertile and moist garden soil.
Remove damaged or crossing growth in late winter.
Take softwood cuttings in summer, graft in winter or sow seed in autumn.
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