Flowers are showy and white urn-shaped with 4-5 petals less than an inch long. Flowers ripen into orange-red berries that are edible and long-lasting ripening in late summer and fall and lasinging on the tree through winter.
|Habitat||American Mountain Ash is a small ornamental tree with showy flowers and bright red berries. The berries attract birds and the blossoms are beneficial to native bees.|
|Leaf Description||Leaves are compound, alternate, lanceolate, with a serrated margin. Leaf is 3-6 inches long and 2-3 inches wide. Each leaf has 9-17 leaflets with unequal wedge shaped bases. New leaves are downy and become smooth with age. Yellow fall color.|
|Soil Type||All Types|
|Light Source||All Types|