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'Sorbus Vilmorinii'

Trees for Small Gardens | Plants for a Purpose

…- Prunus spp. Fruit trees including apples, pears, apricots, plums, and cherries. Crab apple - Malus x robusta Cornus mas (Cornelian Cherry) Sorbus vilmorinii (Vilmorin's Rowan) Acer pseudoplatanus 'Brilliantissimum' Pyrus salicifolia 'Pendula' (Weeping Silver Pear) Magnolia - small cultivars such…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 30th May 2014

…looking tree - but not a cherry again. Thank you. * Sue - T&M Horticultural Expert * Hi Diane. I'm going to recommend one of my favourites - Sorbus vilmorinii (Vilmorins Rowan). I love this species! It has delicate ferny foliage, panicles of creamy white flowers followed by pink-red berries and…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 22nd August 2014

…Expert * Hello Liz. Most people opt for a well positioned small tree to improve garden privacy. I would suggest a deciduous tree such as Sorbus vilmorinii. This is a particularly compact rowan tree that ultimately reaches around 3-4 m high. Another reasonably small native tree is the Hawthorn.…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 15th June 2012

…councils as street trees for public spaces! The raw berries can however, cause mild stomach upsets if ingested - but they are not poisonous. Sorbus vilmorinii is a particularly nice variety. You might also consider crab apples or flowering cherries, but these will have a similar problem with fruits…

Thomnpson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer session 7th March 2014

…there anything that comes to mind. I prefer native trees (if possible). Many thanks! Answer: Hi Elvira. My personal choice of small trees is Sorbus vilmorinii. This is a particularly compact rowan tree that ultimately reaches around 3-4 m high. It has attractive ferny foliage, panicles of creamy…