Bare root Sorbus Torminalis plants are only available to buy and plant from November - March, but can be pre-ordered at any time outside of the bare root season.
Sorbus torminalis bears maple-like, deep green leaves for the most part of the year, before they turn a stunning copper colour in the autumn, just before they fall. The flowers will form in pretty clusters at the end of Spring, and soon turn into oval-shaped, green-brown fruits- that are sprinkled with pale spots by the end of Autumn.̴Ì?
Though Wild Service Tree looks like Maple (Acer Campestre), Sorbus torminalis' leaves are not as uniquely lobed.̴Ì?
Make sure you plant your Sorbus torminalis bare root plant as soon as possible after being delivered, as the roots are tender and cannot be left to dry out.