Sorbus aff. karchungii AGSES 347

One of the fine, large leaved Himalayan whitebeams, this species was originally collected as S. thibetica, but is closest to karchungii according to Keith Rushforth. Collected in Sikkim, this was a tree to 18m in the wild with leaves silvery-grey beneath and yellow fruit, tinted orange. An upright, tolerant, hardy tree which can be expected to reach only small to medium size in the UK, perhaps 8 to 10m?

Pot size: 2L



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