Sorbus aria Lutescens

Lutescens, Whitebeam

At maturity this small tree retains a rounded and compact shape, requires little maintenance and will thrive on all soils, including chalky ones. A wonderful choice of tree for planting as feature specimens in gardens,

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This outstanding clone is most attractive in spring and won the Award of Merit in 1952 and the Award of Garden Merit in 2002.

A very popular choice for urban gardens it requires little maintenance and tolerates chalk soils.

The young leaves emerge silvery-white from purple shoots in spring before hardening to grey-green in summer.

This is a small compact rounded tree producing white flowers in April and May and in good years orange-red cherry like fruits in autumn.

A very good choice for streets gardens and parks.

Mature height: 7-12m

Mature spread: 4-6m

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Lutescens, Whitebeam
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