Wet Soil: Low
Dry Soil: Medium
The Sorbus intermedia ‘Brouwers’ is a medium sized tree that showcases a more upright growth pattern compared to the species. Its crown is oval and is more uniform than the species. This cultivar is particularly slow growing.
Leaves are dark green on top and white on the bottom with a felt-like texture. They are distinctly lobed featuring around 5-9 lobes on either side. These transition to yellows and oranges in autumn, however occasionally the vibrant hues might be absent.
The tree blooms with fragrant, creamy white flowers, followed by orange-red fruits that cluster in small groups and persist until October. Interestingly these are less appear less abundant compared to the species. Tolerates windy and difficult conditions, making it suitable for coastal areas. Resistant to fire blight.
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6m high x 4m wide after 25 years
A great coastal tree.
Oval crown and is more uniform than the species.
Dark green on top and white and felt-like on the underside, transitioning to oranges in the autumn.
Scented white flowers in late spring-early summer.
Small orange and red fruits.
Thrives in a variety of soils, including clay and sand. Exhibits resilience to windy and challenging environments, and is resistanct to fireblight.
Flowers provide a good source of nectar for bees and other pollinators.
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