Sorbus eburnea

Rowan with big clusters of white fruit, recently named.
Product code: SE5-3
Sorbus eburnea HS12799 was collected near Kanding in the 1930s by a Swede called Harry Smith, and it was identified as a new species and named by Hugh McAllister in 2005. It is attractive in the garden in the autumn, when it has large clusters of white fr
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