20 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
Sorbus pseudovilmorinii is a smaller and more delicate form of Sorbus vilmorinii suitable to grow in small spaces. A native of China, seed was brought back and raised at the University of Liverpool's Botanical gardens. This deciduous tree produces green pinnately divided foliage which turn a delicious orange gold colour in autumn. After producing white flowers in spring, it bears heavy clusters of pink fruit that develop white shades in winter.
Generally pest and disease free.
Generally not harvested.
Take softwood cuttings in summer.
In both shape and colour.
This trees leaves turn an attractive orange gold before falling.
Birds are attracted to it's heavy clusters of fruit.
This tree suits being planted either in open spaces or small spaces. It will tolerate coastal locations and the occasional flooding.