Rowan is a beautiful shrub to the delight of the birds and bees with its red berries and spring flowering.
D’easy maintenance, it is ideal for hedgerows, clumps’shrubs and even isolated.
In short, that’you should know:
Name : Sorbus
Family : Rosaceae
Type : Tree
Height : 5 to 15 m
Exposure : Sunlight
Ground : Rich and deep, slightly calcareous
Foliage : Deciduous
Flowering : May-June
Fructification : June to October
Prefer planting to’autumn to facilitate’roots and therefore the recovery in the spring.
For topics bought pot or container, you can plant outside the’Autumn avoiding periods of frost or high temperatures.
- Rowan like situations rather sunny, it gives more beautiful flowering
- C’a tree is not very demanding on the soil
No size needed but if you need to cut or trim the branches, wait end of flowering.
Namely the rowan:
Mountain ash is also often called rowan.
It is popular with birds for orange berries that remain until’to’fall.
C’is an excellent tree to shelter the birds in your garden throughout the’summer!
But his spring flowering also attract bees and this in’benefit of biodiversity!
Malignant Council on the rowan:
To’improve fruiting, n’Feel free to air your mountain ash by offloading dead branches that may appear throughout the growing season!