Sorbus John Mitchell – Tibetan whitebeam
Medium sized tree closely related to the Tibetan whitebeam, vigorous and broadly conical, growing to 15 m (50 ft) high, occasionally more. It has rounded dark green leaves, white-hairy beneath, white flowers in summer and edible round to pear-shaped fruits, 15-20 mm across, ripening orange, with a good flavour when ripe or frosted, similar to wild service berries. Hardy to -18°C. Bare root.
Out of stock (plant stocks go live in July)