Sorbus hupehensis 'Pink Pagoda' has some of the most gorgeous pink berries of all Mountain Ash. Before the berries, attractive blue-green pinnate foliage turns to intense red and orange autumn colours. In May-June, fluffy white corymbs of flowers appear which are popular with honey bees. The berries which follow emerge rose pink in big bundles, before turning paler pink in the winter adding a splash of colour to gardens in autumn and winter. These berries not only look beautiful but they provide tasty food for birds in the winter months.
A fairly compact tree with a bushy habit, this Pink Hupeh Rowan will reach a height and spread of 6 x 3 metres in 20 years. Sorbus 'Pink Pagoda' will grow in most positions, including exposed areas. It is often also known as Sorbus November Pink - there's nothing to tell the difference between them.
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