Sorbus


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sorbus

(ˈsɔːbəs)
n
(Plants) a rowan or related tree
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Noun1.sorbus - a genus of shrubs or trees of the family Rosaceae having feathery leavesSorbus - a genus of shrubs or trees of the family Rosaceae having feathery leaves
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
family Rosaceae, Rosaceae, rose family - a large family of dicotyledonous plants of order Rosales; have alternate leaves and five-petaled flowers with numerous stamens
mountain ash - any of various trees of the genus Sorbus
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On the other hand, certain species of Sorbus, when grafted on other species, yielded twice as much fruit as when on their own roots.
The mountain ash, Sorbus aucuparia, and its berry is also called what?
SORBUS CASHMIRIANA Many rowans or mountain ashes have red, orange or even pink berries, but the Kashmir rowan is recognisable at this time of the year by its drooping clusters of white berries.
Sorbus "Joseph Rock" Sorbus, or mountain ash, is a great all-rounder for the small garden.
| Sorbus 'Joseph Rock' SORBUS, or mountain ash, is a great all-rounder for the small garden.
| Sorbus 'Joseph Rock' Sorbus, or mountain ash, is a great allrounder for the small garden.
Sorbus Pink Pagoda drips bunches of pink berries which fade to white in winter.
The genus Sorbus mostly distributed in Northern Hemisphere, comprises about 250 species of trees and shrubs.
You can grow birch and eucalyptus trees for more height and sorbus, hawthorn, magnolia and amelanchier as more decorative shrubs.
This disease attacks apples plus trees and shrubs such as pyracantha, sorbus and cotoneaster.
Most hamamelis are from Asia and so too are many of the sorbus or mountain ash that we treasure in our gardens.
En relacion con la cita de Sorbus intermedia (Ehrh.) Pers.