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Tree comparisons



Rowan
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A typical Mountain Ash or Rowan, with particularly persistent red berries.
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Growing


Rowan
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Gardening skillBeginner
Growth habitUpright-spreading
Height after 10 years3m-5m / 10ft-16ft
PruningLight prune
Site conditionsCoastal site
Occasional flooding
Windy site
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Identification


Rowan
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Flower colourWhite
Flowering monthMay
Leaf colourBluish-green
Leaf colour - autumnBronze / Purple
Fruit colourOrange
Fruit persistencePersistent
WildlifeAttractive to birds
Annual cycleDeciduous
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