Sorbus muliensis is relatively quickly growing (for a rowan), adding 30 cm or more in a year, and eventually becoming a small tree. It was collected by George Forrest in Muli, in the Chinese province of Sichuan. It has about 7 pairs of serrated leaflets on each leaf, the very slightly greyish green of which is offset by the red-brown stems and the big clusters of rich deep pink, almost red, fruit.
Vigorous rowan with deep pink-red fruit, collected by George Forrest.
||2 litre pot|
||Early summer, fruit in autumn|
||any good garden soil|