|Sorbus commixta var.
wilfordii, a deciduous tree found in sunny coppices or forests
on low hills, grows up to approximately 10m in height. Leaves are of
alternate phyllotaxis, 20-30cm in length, of an imparipinnate
compound leaf, with 7-11 leaflets, 5-8cm long, with margins
shallowly sharp serrations and bases circular. Branch ends give
compound corymbs in which set many about 1cm-across white flowers.
Fruit (pome), spherical, 5-6mm long, mature red in
September-October. Bloom time: May-July.