Rowans, Whitebeams, Service Trees
Rowan gets its alternative name of mountain ash from its abundance in upland areas and from the shape and pattern of its leaves, which resemble its unrelated namesake. It produces a large crop of vivid orange berries, popular with humans as well as birds. There is a long history of superstition connected with this tree and it his believed to have certain magical powers. In Scotland, for instance, ... Text © WildscreenSee more in the Encyclopedia of Life...
- Parent Taxon
- Taxonomic Completion
2.87%7 of 244 accepted Species.
- Global Pollen Project UUID
- Botanical Reference
- None available. You can check The Plant List for further information.