Sorbus aff. pseudovilmorinii KR 6453

One of the most striking Sorbus at Ness Botanic Garden in autumn, this Keith Rushforth intro from Pasum Tso, SE Tibet is a small tree to about 3-4m tall with very ferny attractive pinnate foliage with multiple small leaflets. The fruit start deep crimson in June and slowly turn paler until they are almost white with a touch of pink in November. Good red autumnal foliage tints. Hardy and easy.

Pot size: 5L
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