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The ubiquitous Rowan tree, Sorbus aucuparia is a British native tree, with clusters of white flowers in spring, followed by bunches of crimson red fruits in autumn. The feathery leaves are pinnate and mid green giving the tree a graceful feathery look. Sorbus aucuparia will tolerate most soils and exposed sites, and cope with air pollution well. Great for attracting wildlife this small and attractive tree will grow up to 4 metres in 10 years.