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Sorbus americana Overview
This genus is made up of 100 species of deciduous trees and shrubs from cool-climate regions of the northern hemisphere. They are grown for their foliage, timber and decorative fruits. They have pinnate leaves which may be whole or divided into leaflets. The flowers are in clusters of small, creamy white flowers.
Common problems with Sorbus americana
How to propagate Sorbus americana
You can propagate by softwood cuttings or budding in summer, by stratified seed in autumn.
Grafting in winter.
Other uses of Sorbus americana
Grown for their foliage, small, 5 petalled flowers, attractive fruits and in some species, autumn colour. Suitable for coastal conditions.