7 responses to “Sorbus scopulina”

  1. Deb Christmas

    You send me off on all sorts of wonderful tangents! Thanks!

  2. Beverley

    Sorbus scopulina – Z5 – RHS Index of Garden Plants, Griffiths
    Sorbus scopulina – Z3-7 – A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants

  3. Ron B

    H. McCallister has the western North American species split into several.
    http://www.kewbooks.com/asps/ShowDetails.asp?id=520

  4. Daniel Mosquin

    Yes, we don’t have McCallister’s book yet. We’ve been waiting on it here to help clear up some issues with some Sorbus spp. in the Asian garden.

  5. Ron B

    The one that I have glanced at in the CUH Miller Library in Seattle has a plate indicating it was given by a conference participant or committee, as I remember it. Maybe it was carried over from England by them.
    McCallister includes an argument for recognizing microspecies among apomictic genera like Sorbus.

  6. Alfred J Bildungsroman

    You wrote: “As you can tell from these photographs, taking pictures at this time of day can lead to oversaturated colours and blown highlights or shadows.”
    I don’t get it. Where? The photos are terrific.

  7. Gop

    the photos of this website are fantastic, they convice me to courious more about botany.

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