These are small or medium-sized trees, grown mainly for the colour of their leaves in autumn and for their berries. Plant from November to February in ordinary, well-drained.
Sorbus aucuparia (rowan or mountain ash), 30 ft. eventually, makes a fine specimen, and is grown for its feathery leaves and freely borne orange berries.
S. cashmeriana, 20 ft. or more, large white fruits.
S. decora, 25 to 30 ft., red fruits.
S. hupehensis, 25 ft., white fruits which turn pale pink.