Pints Means Trees

Rowan

Rowan (Sorbus Aucuparia) is a deciduous tree known for its pinnate leaves and clusters of bright red berries. Revered for its folklore and cultural significance, the rowan is celebrated not only for its ornamental beauty but also for its historical and mystical associations.

Size

Ultimate Height

Higher than 12 metres

Ultimate Spread

4–8 metres

Time to Ultimate Height

20–50 years

Colour & Accent

# Stem Flower Foliage Fruit
Spring
Summer
Autumn
Winter

Growing Conditions

Terrain

Loam, Sand

Moisture

Well-drained

pH

Acid, Neutral

Position

Sun

Full Sun, Partial Shade

Aspect

North, West, South or East facing

Exposure

Exposed or Sheltered

Hardiness

H6

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