'Joseph Rock' is particularly grown for its autumn fruits consisting of clusters of small yellow berries which last well as the birds seem to prefer the red berried varieties instaed. It has creamy flowers in late spring and early summer and excellent crimson and purple leaf colours in autumn. It has a conical habit and an makes an excellent specimen.
Common Name: Rocks Mountain Ash
Latin Name: Sorbus 'Joseph Rock'
Soil: Moist but well-drained or well-drained.
Position: Full sun
Flowering period/colour: April to May/Creamy white
Hardiness: Fully hardy
Height/Spread in 20 years: 6m x 3m
Special features: Attractive lemon-yellow berries