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Mountain Ash (Sorbus species)

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Mountain Ash (Sorbus species)

Year around beauty, cold hardiness and heavy fruit production make Mountain Ash an excellent tree for the edible landscape. Tasty and healthy fruit can be eaten fresh, but is often made into preserves and juices. Birds love them too. Best to have two varieties for cross pollination. Hardy to minus 40 degrees F.

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The Dwarf Aronia is a compact version of Aronia berries Viking and Nero. This berry bush stays about 3 ft tall and wide. Some great features of this plant are that it can handle just about any soil...
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Also known as Rowan Tree, this beautiful, hardy tree is native from Europe through western Asia and Siberia. The edible berries are not great eaten fresh, but are good juiced or cooked into jams. V...
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Beautiful pyramidal shaped tree with unique fuzzy silver gray foliage is a natural cross between Pear and Mountain Ash. Lovely large white flowers are followed by clusters of fragrant and delicious...
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This newly rediscovered variety features fruit similar to Shipova, but on a much smaller tree. This attractive variety is very early bearing and produces good crops of delectable, yellow-orange fru...
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This highly ornamental Mountain Ash variety has a vigorous upright columnar growth habit and can grow up to 30+ feet tall. Attractive dark green foliage has silvery undersides with showy spring f...
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A beautiful small tree growing 10 or 12 feet high, Ivan's Beauty is adorned with large clusters of pink-tinged white flowers in the spring, followed by abundant bunches of dark purple edible frui...