Sorbus cashmiriana flowers
Sorbus cashmiriana
Sorbus cashmiriana - white berries in autumn
Sorbus cashmiriana flowers
Sorbus cashmiriana
Sorbus cashmiriana - white berries in autumn

Sorbus cashmiriana

Limited number of young plants available this year
£55.00

(Kashmir Rowan) A popular ornamental tree native to the western Himalayas, including Kashmir which has a superb display of white berries in autumn once established.

Panicles (branched cluster of flowers) of pale pink flowers appear in late spring and are followed by large clusters of waxy-white berries as early as September.

These are particularly long lasting and in a good weather can stay on the tree well into winter!

Sorbus cashmiriana is an excellent and hardy small garden tree.

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Supplied Size
  • 5 litre pot (3 - 4 years old, 100 - 125 cm tall)

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Priority: £15

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(flat fee for any number of plants
by courier to most of the UK*)

Standard: £7.95
Priority: £15
Click & Collect: 5% discount

*Surcharges apply for delivery to Highlands & Islands.
Standard shipping is shown as default
this can be changed during checkout.

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  • Position: Full sun or light, dappled shade.
  • Soil: Well drained, fertile soils.
  • Hardiness: Hardy.
  • Flowering Period: May.
  • Flower Colour: White
  • Rate of Growth: Moderate.
  • Habit: Sorbus cashmiriana grows to be a tall shrub or small branching, rounded tree.
    • Height: Eventually up to 6 m (20 ft)
    • Spread: 4 m (16 ft)
  • Important Please Read - Sorbus (Rowan / Mountain Ash) species and cultivars are not and cannot be affected by the Ash disease, Chalara fraxinea.  Despite the potentially confusing name, mountain ashes are actually in the rose family, Rosacaea, and are closely related to apples and pears etc. Fraxinus excelsior (Common ash), are in the olive family, Oleaceae and the wind born disease recently found in the UK is completely specific to this genus.
How Much Sun
Full Sun, Light Shade
Eventual Size
Tree - Small (4m - 8m), Shrub - Large (3m+)
Growing Conditions
Soil: Not Fussy, Soil: Acid, Soil: Dry/Sandy, Site: Coastal Areas, Site: Windy
Special Features
Autumn Colour, Flowers in Spring, Fruit - Ornamental, Wildlife Friendly - Birds
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