Western Mountain Ash
Deciduous, Shrubs, Trees, Decorative fruit or berries
These natives of mountainous areas are valued for showy flowers and showier fruit. Blossoms are grouped in broad, flat clusters that are scattered over the foliage canopy in spring; they develop into hanging clusters of small, berrylike fruit that colors up in late summer or early autumn. Most species have red or orange-red fruit, but white, pink, and golden forms are occasionally available. Birds feed on the fruit, but usually not until after leaves have fallen. Foliage is typically finely cut and somewhat fernlike, though some less widely planted species have undivided leaves.Sorbus scopulina
Native towestern North America. To 3–15 ft. tall and wide, often withreddish bark. Leaves to 2 1/2 in.long, with up to 15 deeplytoothed leaflets; shiny darkgreen above, paler beneath.Orange-red fall color. Orangeto bright red fruit.
Native towestern North America. To 3–15 ft. tall and wide, often withreddish bark. Leaves to 2 1/2 in....
Native to Alaska and otherparts of northern North America. Forms an irregular column to 30–50 ft. tall...
These many-stemmed, thornless shrubs grow to 3–5 ft. high and wide, depending on vigor and variety. Th...