An excellent, small, columnar shaped, deciduous rowan tree. It's a fastigiate clone of 'Joseph Rock'. Green, fern-like leaves turn a stunning reddish-yellow in autumn. White flowers in May are followed by clusters of bright yellow-orange berries with reddish centres, that are popular with birds and contrast well with the autumn leaves. An ideal tree for restricted spaces.
- Position: position in full sun
- Soil: suitable for all well drained soil soil types accept very chalky areas
- Eventual Size: mature size (after 20 years): 4m high, 2m spread
- Habit: columnar shaped, deciduous rowan tree. It's a fastigiate clone of 'Joseph Rock'
- Foliage: Deciduous
- Common Names: Autumn Spire Rowan Tree
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