Photo of Sorbus americana (Ash)

Sorbus americana - It is a relatively small tree, reaching 12 metres (40 ft) in height. Bark: Light gray, smooth, surface scaly. Winter buds: Dark red, acute, one-fourth to three-quarters of an inch long. Inner scales are very tomentose and enlarge with the growing shoot. Leaves: Alternate, compound, odd-pinnate, 6 to 10 inches (15 to 25 cm) long, with slender, grooved, dark green or red petiole. Leaflets 13 to 17, lanceolate or long oval, two to three inches long, one-half to two-thirds broad, unequally wedge-shaped or rounded at base, serrate, acuminate, sessile, the terminal one sometimes borne on a stalk half an inch long, feather-veined, midrib prominent beneath, grooved above. They come out of the bud downy, conduplicate; when full grown are smooth, dark yellow green above and paler beneath. In autumn they turn a clear yellow.  Family: Rosaceae  

Sorbus americana (Ash) 3

Author : Rock Giguère
Photo # : 40643
Online since: January 16th 2022


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Sorbus americana (Ash)

Sorbus americana (Ash)

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