The Sorbus thibetica is a deciduous tree that has a neat, upright form making it great for those with a smaller garden (can reach to 4-5m tall). Its large, rounded leaves are rather effective as they are green on top with a contrasting silvery white colour underneath. In May-June, large white flowers are in bloom which attracts the bees. Brown-reddish berries are produced in bunches during the autumn months which are great for the birds. The leaves turn a bronze colour.
For optimum growth the Thibetan Rowan is best to position the tree where it will receive full sun, partial shade. It can withstand temperatures as low as -25c.
We have excellent quality, 20-25cm tall plants on offer.