Sorbus aria ‘Lutescens’
Sorbus aria ‘Lutescens’, common name Silver leaved Whitebeam, is a medium-sized deciduous tree of oval to broad-pyramidal habit with foliage of broadly elliptic leaves, 10 cm long, that emerge silvery in spring as they are densely covered in very short white hairs. The leaves remain gray-green throughout the summer, with bright white undersides. Leaves change colour to yellow tthrough russet in the autumn. In late spring, a profusion of tiny white flowers held in flat-topped clusters are produced. They are quickly followed by abundant clusters of showy, bright orange-red berries that last well into winter. Our tree was planted in 2013.
142.00 Location C4 Latitude; -38.402276973079 Longitude;146.052104051744