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Sorbus 'Joseph Rock'
Rock's Mountain Ash


This deciduous tree is particularly grown for its autumn fruits consisting of clusters of small yellow berries which last well as the birds don't always realise they can be eaten. The tree has a fine upstanding habit and can achieve around 8m (26ft) in height at 15 years of age, which is pretty good going for a mountain ash. It has creamy flowers in late spring and early summer and excellent crimson and purple leaf colours in autumn. It is quite a slender tree in its habit and an excellent specimen.

 
 

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