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Scientific Name: Sorbus hupehensis 'Pink Pagoda'
Pronunciation: SORE-bus hoo-pay-EN-siss
Common Name: Pink Pagoda mountain ash
Family Name: Rosaceae
Plant Type: Tree - deciduous
Key ID Features: Blue-green pinnately compound leaves, most with 13 elliptical leaflets. Florets in white corymb that becomes a flush of bright pink berries (< 1cm round) that eventually fade but stay on most of winter.
Course(s): HORT 2355

Habit: Spreading, Upright
Form: Oval - vertical
Texture: Medium
Mature Size:
Height:5 - 7m
Spread:4 - 5m
Growth Rate:Moderate
Hardiness Rating: Zone 6: (-23 to -18 C)
Exposure: Full sun, Part sun/part shade
Soil/ Growing Medium: Humus rich, Well-drained
Landscape Uses: Accent plant, Attract birds, Fall interest, Shade tree, Small garden/space, Specimen plant, Spring interest, Street (boulevard tree), Winter interest, Woodland margin
Additional Info: Google
Pink Pagoda mountain ash
Leaf Morphology: Glossary
Form: Compound
Arrangement: Alternate
Texture/ Venation: Heavily veined
Compound Leaf: Even-pinnate
Colour in Summer: Bluish, Green
Colour in Fall: Green, Purple, Red
Leaf(let) Terms:
Shapes: Elliptic, Obovate
Apices: Acute
Margins: Serrate

Inflorescence Type: Floriferous, Corymb
Flower Morphology:Flowers perfect
Number of Petals:5
Corolla Shape:Rotate/stellate
Ovary Position:Inferior
Colour (petals): Showy, White
Flower Scent: None
Flower Time at Peak: May

Fruit Type: Pome
Fruit Colour: White, Pink
Fruiting Time: Sep, Oct
Additional Info: Showy, Edible, bitter

Bark Morphology: Prominent lenticels
Bark or Stem Colour:
Leaf Bud Type: Ovoid
Leaf Scar Shape:Crescent shaped
Organ Modifications: Stipule, leafy

Propagation: Seed, Greenwood cuttings, Grafting
Plant Care:
Pest Susceptibility: Anthracnose, Dieback, Heart rot, Scale insects, Stem borer insects,
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