- Awesome autumn leaves
- Visual interest every season
- Berries perfect for hungry garden birds
Take advantage of mountain ash Apricot Queen for your garden. This tidy and compact tree gives you impact every month of the year. With flowers in May and June followed by bunches of attractive orange berries with garden tree is super pretty.
From autumn the leaves turn a claret red before falling to reveal a tidy and neat compact tree with an attractive framework of branches. These look great silhouetted in the low winter sun.
Pollution-tolerant, heat tolerant and tolerant of strong winds this makes a great urban tree for those living in built-up areas. With a tidy and compact habit it’s ideal for small gardens and containerised plants on balconies.
If you put your mountain ash Sorbus Apricot Queen in a container make sure you give the soil plenty of well-rotted compost or rich compost like John Innes No3 to keep your tree happy. A fresh layer every spring or autumn will keep the soil moist and nutrient-rich to keep your tree performing at its best.
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