Sorbus 'Joseph Rock'
Also known as
Mountain Ash 'Joseph Rock', Rowan tree
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50 years to reach maturity
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This is a vigorous upright tree it will grow to about 9m high. The leaves are made up of 15 to 21 sharply toothed leaflets which develop into rich red, orange and purple tones in the autumn. It will produce large clusters of bright yellow berries.
Common problems with Rowan
How to propagate Rowan
You can propagate by softwood cuttings or budding in summer, by stratified seed in autumn.
Grafting in winter.
Other uses of Rowan