Autumn Spire has the characteristic feathered leaves of the native Rowan, but grows with a far more columnar habit.
In autumn the leaves turn from blue-green and take on intense red-bronze tints - one of the most coloured of all the Rowans.
The fruitlets are not the usual Rowan-red - they are a bright yellow, contrasting nicely with the autumnal foliage. They can still be used for making Rowan jelly.
If you are looking for a small upright / columnar Rowan tree with spectacular fiery autumn colours, this is the one to choose.
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Autumn Spire is more columnar and somewhat smaller than other Rowans, so a good choice if you have a smaller space.
Autumn Spire is sometimes known as Flanrock, after its seed parent, 'Joseph Rock' - which also has particularly good autumn colours.
We list more than 50 Sorbus (rowan and whitebeam) trees. Choosing can be difficult! Our article explaining the different berry and leaf colours might help narrow down the selection.