Sorbus Aucuparia Mountain Ash, Rowan Tree
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- Tough and Hardy - great for Scottish Gardens or cold climates
- Loads of white flowers followed by berries in autumn for wildlife
- Plant full sun to partial shade, well draining soil. Supplied 150-160cm tall, Potted and ready to plant
The Rowan (Sorbus aucuparia) is one of Scotland's most common tree. The berries that the Rowan produces makes an excellent source of food for birds and are usually red.
Easy to grow - considered 'Good Luck' for gardens. Most of the Rowan trees have tiny pinnate leaves and are perfect for under planting with other shrubs and perennials and one of the best trees to grow with rhododendrons. In May - June Sorbus Trees produce a mass of tiny white - cream flowers followed by masses of berries. Easy to grow, and they say to have one in your garden is "good luck".