Small to medium deciduous tree with very finely disected leaves and pink berries. This is one of the most attractive of the rowans with pink-red berries fading to white-pink in late winter, only being eaten by birds once they start to change colour. The disected leaves are dark green, changing to a brilliant red in autumn before falling. Early summer sees clusters of white flowers, which are very popular with bees. It prefers acidic soil and can withstand windy conditions. Eventual height 4x4m in 20 years. 5L pot, 125-150cm.