The Kashmir Rowan, or Sorbus cashmiriana, is a large spreading deciduous shrub or small tree from the Western Himalayas. An upright tree with a naturally open habit, it makes an ideal specimen tree in a small garden.
This dwarf rowan has multi-season interest. The larger than usual rowan flowers are star shaped and tinged with a soft pink, with a sweet scent that draws in the bees. The blossom is followed by clusters of large and elegant, creamy white berries on long pink stalks. The long-lasting berries look beautiful alongside the reddish leaf buds, and fortunately tend not to be popular with the birds. The fern-like leaves consist of up to 19 oblong leaflets, and form a striking autumn display of reds and golds.
S. cashmiriana requires little maintenance, and copes well with wind and atmospheric pollution.
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