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Floridata: Sorbus aucuparia
... Floridata: Sorbus aucuparia Welcome Login Register (Free!) Welcome (homepage) Floridata Member Pages Register (free!) Login Plant Encyclopedia ... now and receive a free gift of Tulip Topper wildflower seeds with every bulb order. Sorbus aucuparia Common Names: mountain ash, rowan Family: Rosaceae (rose family) Get link to Profile# 518 ...
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Forestry Commission - News - soil samples select sorbus
... - soil samples select sorbus Home > Quick links > Library > Help > About us > Contact us > News > Search > 2006 ... contacts Search 14 JUNE 2002 NEWS RELEASE No: 4892 SOIL SAMPLES SELECT SORBUS Acidic soil in Wyre Forest has set the theme for the ... for service trees, rowans and whitebeams. “Like all trees from the Sorbus family, they have beautiful flowers in early summer and brightly coloured leaves ...
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Sorbus alnifolia
... Sorbus alnifolia About PlantFinder List of Gardens Visit Gardens Alphabetical List Common Names Search E-Mail ... Problem Calendar Plants of Merit Pots to Planks Features Volunteers Master Search Praise Gardening Help Sorbus alnifolia Kemper Code: C151 Common Name: Korean mountain ash Zone: 3 to 7 Plant Type ...
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Gold Medal Plant Awards
... with many white feeder roots. Hardy in zones 5-9. All-Season Specimen Ornamental Tree Sorbus alnifolia (Korean Mountain Ash) ) is an extremely decorative, deciduous tree with few problems (unlike other ... reddish fall foliage with year round silvery gray bark of the trunk and main branches. Sorbus performs well in moist, neutral to alkaline soil and part to full sun location; hardy ...
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What is this tree? - Name That Plant Forum - GardenWeb
... typical for it, although not unique within genus. Maybe compare with Sorbus decora, I don't know that one. S. americana has ... up it was European, so I just lazily assume any Sorbus with toothed leaves is European. Since you ask, though, I ... up and Petrides says that European (Sorbus acuparia) has 'white wooly, non-sticky leaf buds' and American (Sorbus americana) has 'reddish, sticky, hairless' buds ...
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ID Pleez... - Name That Plant Forum - GardenWeb
... 8b Sunset z30 (My Page) on Sun, Oct 22, 06 at 11:48 Mountain Ash, Sorbus Sp. I believe HTH Chris RE: ID Pleez... clip this post email this post what ...
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Leaf Coloration
... cranberry (Viburnum), Virginia creeper (Parthenocissus), Ohio buckeye (Aesculus), tatarian and amur maple (Acer), mountain ash (Sorbus). Yellow: ash (Fraxinus), linden (Tilia), birch (Betula), butternut (Juglans), poplar (Populus) and larch (Larix). © 1995 ...
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Shade Tolerant Trees and Shrubs
... 2-5 meters (10-12 feet) Part shade Red to black edible fruit Mountain Ash Sorbus sp. 1.8-4.9 meters (6-16 feet) Part shade Clusters of red berries ...
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Open Directory - Home: Gardening: Plants: Fruit
... of minor fruits cultivated around the Mediterranean. Holdings include cornelian cherry, figs, loquat, medlar, pomegranate, sorbus, strawberry tree. Description of project, database of holdings, descriptions and photographs of plants. Florida Subtropical ...
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Open Directory - Science: Biology: Flora and Fauna: Plantae: Magnoliophyta: Magnoliopsida: Rosaceae
... (2) Pyrus (1) Quillaja (1) Rhaphiolepis (5) Rosa (40) Rubus (6) Sanguisorba (2) Sarcopoterium (1) Sorbus (4) Spiraea (6) This category in other languages: German (3) The Rosaceae - Trees, shrubs and ...
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