Sorbus eleanorae

A large leaved recent introduction from China, closely related to S. megalocarpa. A small hardy tree of upright, rounded habit, this differs from the latter in bearing its rounded-conical heads of creamy-white flowers with the foliage in spring. These are followed by bright-green turning slowly red-brown fruit, like little crab-apples in autumn. Foliage emerges bronze tinted in spring and can show rich red tints in autumn.

Pot size: 2L

Other pot sizes available

pot Size: 5L
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