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 Sorbus alnifolia
Makes a fine medium sized tree of good symmetrical outline and shape, attractive strongly veined leaves reminding one of a Hornbeam, easy to grow in most situations.
 Sorbus americana
Known as the American Mountain Ash in its native Eastern North America. A small tree with noticeable sticky red buds and masses of bright red fruit in bunches amongst the excellelent autumn foliage colours or red and purple.
 Sorbus aria
The Common Whitebeam has simple, slightly toothed leaves, white flowers and red berries. Very good on chalk soils. Can be used as a hedgerow species, mixed with others or used on its own.
 Sorbus aria Chrysophylla
Georgeous in late spring with its yelowy green leaves whicg mture to butter yellow as the summer progresses
 Sorbus aria Lutescens
A very beautiful tree with shining silver new foliage covered by a soft down. Easy to grow in most situations.
Sorbus aria MagnificaSorbus aria Magnifica
Superb extra large broad green glossy foliage and upright growth habit
 Sorbus aria Majestica
Bigger in all its parts than its parent making this a tree that stands apart from the rest, a good tree for tough or exposed sites
 Sorbus aucuparia
Rowan or Mountain Ash. A lovely native tree with pinnate leaves and clusters of white flowers in May, followed by bright red berries in autumn.
 Sorbus aucuparia Aspleniflora
A very choice tree with elegant leaves which are deeply cut to give a fern-like effect.
Sorbus aucuparia Chinese LaceSorbus aucuparia Chinese Lace
Much charm from this pretty, small tree with its deeply and finely cut leaves which give it a lace-like effect. Lovely in the autumn, too, when the leaves turn red-purple.
 Sorbus aucuparia Fastigiata
Makes a very small tree of upright habit with bright red berries and good autumn foliage colour.
 Sorbus aucuparia Sheerwater Seedling
Makes an attractive small tree with stiffly ascending branches and large clusters of bright orange berries. Good where space is limited.
 Sorbus aucuparia Xanthocarpa (Fructu Luteo)
Produces fruits a delightful shade of amber yellow
Sorbus cashmirianaSorbus cashmiriana
Lovely soft pink flowers in May over the strongly serrated pinnate leaflets. Clusters of white marble-like berries cover the tree in autumn.
 Sorbus commixta
Superb autumn colour effects makes this small growing tree stand out from the crowd. Clusters of orange red berries stud the branches in autumn.
 Sorbus commixta Embley
The contrast of the orange red fruits and the autumn foliage colour of plums purple orange and red is good reason to have this tree let alone that it makes a small tree of relatively easy cultivation
 Sorbus discolor
Distinguished by its creamy yellow fruits in autumn, makes a good small tree
 Sorbus Dodong Olympic Flame
A stiff, columnar tree when young, leaves green, coppery in the spring with stunning orange and red tints in autumn. The fruits are bright orange-red and not persistent. (Island of Ulleung and Korea)
 Sorbus Eastern Promise
Raised by Hilliers Nurseries in the 1960's big bunches of reddish pink fruits set against glowing orange foliage, the exotic name quite appropriate
 Sorbus hedlundii
A extremely handsome medium sized tree with handsome silvery leaves with distinctive rust coloured veins

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