|Botanical Name||Sorbus hupehensis|
|Common Name||Chinese Rowan|
|Notes||One of a group of trees planted as part of the 2020 partnership with the Environment Committee of Sidmouth Town Council.|
Sorbus hupehensis is a chinese cousin to the native Rowan and Whitebeam. It has a profusion of white flowers in spring which are good for pollinators. These ripen to pink tinged white berries to feed birds in the winter. The blue-green leaves turn a fiery red in autumn. Planted with the help of David Rosenthall.
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