Sorbus aria ‘Lutescens’ is a small to medium growing tree, with creamy-white leaves tomentum, becoming grey-green by late summer. Deep red fruits are formed later in the year.
Sorbus aucuparia is a deciduous rounded tree with greyish-downy winter buds. They open to dark green leaves, which turn red or yellow in the autumn. Sorbus aucuparia produces clusters of white flowers in late spring. These are followed by orange-red berries.
Sorbus aucuparia ‘Cardinal Royal’ is a small to medium tree, with a narrow upright habit. White flowers are followed by bright red fruits. Dark green leaves, silver beneath changing to red in the autumn.
Sorbus ‘Autumn Spire’ is a small tree with a unique upright habit. White flowers producing yellow-orange berries in the autumn. Green foliage producing good all round colour.
Sorbus commixta ‘Embley’ is a small tree with white flowers producing heavy bunches of glistening orange-red berries. Green foliage turning glowing red in the autumn. A very colourful tree.
Sorbus vilmorinii is a small tree, with arching branches with deeply dissected foliage of 11-13 small leaflets turning to red and purple in the autumn. The tree produces drooping clusters of small berries in the autumn. They are glossy red at first, which slowly change to pink and finally turn white with a pink flush. The…Read More
Sorbus ‘Joseph Rock’ is a small tree with a superb autumn colour. White flowers followed by creamy-yellow berries turning amber-yellow.
Sorbus commixta is a broadly conical tree with divided dark green leaves, which turn yellow to red or purple in the autumn. It has clusters of white flowers in the late spring. These are followed by orange-red to red berries.
Sorbus cashmiriana is a deciduous, spreading tree with divided dark green leaves. Has clusters of white or pink flowers in late spring which are followed by white berries.
Sorbus hupehensis ia a narrow, deciduous tree with divided blue-green leaves, turning red in the autumn. The clusters of white flowers in late spring are followed by white berries.