Sorbus


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Synonyms for Sorbus

a genus of shrubs or trees of the family Rosaceae having feathery leaves

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Also Sorbus domestica and Sorbus torminalis of the Family Rosaceae.
A cross between the native rowan and whitebeam species, the tree (scientific name Sorbus pseudomeincichii) is not known to grow anywhere else in the world.
Among the best are Arbutus unedo, a small evergreen tree producing clusters of white flowers followed by red fruit in early winter, and Sorbus cashmiriana, which produces bunches of white berries which are largely ignored by the birds and remain all winter.
A silver stair with crisp aluminium balustrades, stairs and soffits shimmers in the grey concrete hall and its first flight terminates at a landing overlooking the terrace which is dominated by a single sorbus (rowan), the old magic tree of the north.
ICL Sorbus is to provide support services for NetSet's Masquerade, a hardware-based Internet product designed for small-to-medium sized businesses which includes Internet access, ISDN, firewall, mail-server and web-server for electronic publishing.
In the upper canopy I've included Sorbus Pseudohupehnsis Pink Pagoda, a Rowan which just like its Latin name has a long season of interest.
Most hamamelis are from Asia Trees and shrubs are putting on their autumn outfits - a spectacular show that makes you wish this special season could last for ever and so too are many of the sorbus or mountain ash that we treasure in our gardens.
If you have room for two trees, try to combine two trees which have a different season of interest, such as a photinia - an evergreen with new red growth in late spring - and sorbus, which has lovely autumn hues and dazzling berries.
If you have room for two trees, try to combine two trees which have a different season of interest, such as a photinia, pictured - an evergreen with new red growth in late spring - and sorbus, which has lovely autumn hues and dazzling berries.
If you haven't room for a sorbus or a liquidambar though, then hydrangea quercifolia, the oak–leaved hydrangea, has creamy–white flowers in late summer and its large "oak" leaves turn russet, red and orange in October – the epitome of autumn in a single shrub.
They perch high up in trees before descending to strip a berrying tree - they have favourites such as rowan and other species under the genus Sorbus.
PORT TALBOT engineering company Sorbus has won a pounds 500,000-a-year order to process titanium.
Granddam daughter of Sorbus (placed 2nd in 3 Classics).