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Korean mountain ash (Sorbus alnifolia) Actually a member
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Korean mountain ash (Sorbus alnifolia) Actually a member of the rose family, this underused beauty provides true four-season interest, starting with white flowers in spring, then reddish-orange berries in summer, orange autumn foliage and shiny bark in winter, making it worth seeking out. Expect it to exceed 40 feet in height. (Credit: www.northscaping.com)

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