Sorbus rosea SEP 492

Found in NE Pakistan in 1983, this is very closely related to S. cashmeriana and differs from it principally in having more red pigment throughout the plant. A small tree with deeper pink flowers than S. cashmeriana, the fruit are slightly smaller, but start pale pink in Aug and turn to dark pink by Nov. Early autumn colour in Sept is better, being red and orange

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