Sorbus cashmiriana (also called rowan cashmiriana and Kashmir rowan)
Hardy deciduous tree grown for spring flowers and white fruits in autumn. Flowers are attractive to insects. Berries are less attractive to birds (until other berries have been eaten) and will give a longer display. Good for a small garden.
Spring and autumn.
Habit - upright, open. Eventual H&S: 8x7m.
Stems - brown bark. Berry stems are pinkish-red.
Leaves - compound, serrated, mid-green turning reddish-brown and yellow in autumn.
Flowers - clusters of pink-white flowers in spring.
Fruit - spherical, waxy, white berries borne in pendulous clusters. Long lasting display after leaves have fallen.
Full sun to dappled shade.
Tolerant of most soils.
Remove any broken, diseased or crossing branches in late autumn or winter. Watch out for suckers at the base of the tree and remove to prevent them bushing out.
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