Mountain Ash is favored for its lovely berries, which persist through winter in bright red bundles. Given space, the tree reaches a height and crown spread of 15 to 25 feet. If prefers the richer soils of valleys and slopes, but will tolerate other types of soils. It is shade and drought intolerant. Leaves are thin and pinnately compound. Small white fragrant flowers in dense flat-topped clusters appear in June. Bright orange-red shiny fruit in large clusters ripen in September or October. Uses include wildlife plantings, décor in landscaping, and shelterbelt applications.
Bundle of 25