This is a vigorous tree with an abundance of separate flowers and fern-like leaves. The flowers are produced in late spring and mid summer. In the summer, you will find colourful foliage along with decorative scarlet berries in early autumn. The small white flowers are formed in loose clusters, which are followed by orange red fruit in large clusters in the autumn.
How to propagate Rowan
You can propagate by softwood cuttings or budding in summer.
Other uses of Rowan
Shade, ornamental, foliage, hedging, specimen. Spring/Autumn interest. Suitable for coastal conditions.