Black Hawk Mountain Ash


A fine small accent for the home landscape, with a upright oval growth habit. Fluffy white flowers in spring followed by large clusters of orange fruit that are held in abundance from late summer to late winter. Shiny olive bark, and attractive compound leaves that turn orange-red in fall. Sometimes spelt as Black Hawk Mountain Ash. It is a good choice for attracting birds to your yard. Increased resistance to sunscald. Does not like constantly moist soils.