European Mountain Ash, Sorbs aucuparia, tree types have gray-barked tree with leaves that have a spreading habit resembling those of an ash tree, often turning red or yellow in autumn. Clusters of white spring flowers are followed by drooping bunches of orange-red berries, maturing to bright red. They are better in cooler areas. They grow best in full sun or partial shade. They have moderate growth and mature to 30 feet hight and 22 feet wide. They prefer soils with acidic quality, well-drained, and loamy soil. Avoid compacted, chalky alkaline, or polluted sites. This tree is very popular with gardeners. Buy it today to see how amazing it is in the landscape.