From:Pickford, MI Region: Midwest Topic: Trees Title: Would mountain ash (Sorbus sp.) grow in Michigan? Answered by: Nan Hampton
I live in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan between Cedarville (Lake Huron) and Sault Ste. Marie (Lake Superior.) We would like to plant a Mountian Ash because we love birds and they love the berries and would like to know how this tree would do in our climate. Thank you.
Mr. Smarty Plants found six native trees with the common name 'mountain ash':
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