A very hardy, strong growing, medium sized tree with a loose, narrow pyramidal to oval crown. The twigs are thicker than those of the species and the leaves are larger and darker. Another difference is that the fruits are more abundant and larger. In spring bears large clusters of white flowers, followed in autumn by heavy bunches of sweet, edible deep orange-red berries – commonly used to make rowan jelly.

Soil: Fertile, humus rich well drained soil.

Aspect: Full sun or part shade.

Suitable Locations: Gardens, woodlands, parks and urban sites.

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