For a unique and unusual display in your autumn garden, the wonderful Kashmir Rowan is known for its marble-like white berries that hang in pendulous bunches, creating a wonderful scene. These berries are particularly attractive, standing out against the other plants which are turning to autumn shades.
Sorbus cashmiriana is a small tree with an elegant open spreading habit. It will grow to a height of 4m and a spread of 3m in a 20 year period. It is ideal for a smaller garden or a restricted space that needs some love and attention.
Your Sorbus cashmiriana will delight the eye with corymbs of pinkish-white flowers that appear in spring and early summer. The flowers are attractive to bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects, bringing sound, colour and movement into your garden.
The leaves of the Kashmir Rowan are oblong and have a lovely dark green shade. In autumn they turn to soft tones of orange, red, yellow and russet. It is then that the unique berries appear, up to 2.5cm in length and resembling glistening pearly-white marbles. The berries remain on the tree well into winter. Because they are white and not red, birds tend to ignore them before finishing off the brighter coloured berries, allowing your tree to remain laden for many months.
Kashmir Rowan trees can be planted in moist, well-drained soil but do prefer slight acid if possible. This is a tough and resilient variety that does well in urban areas, pollinated regions and exposed regions.
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