Found with assistance from the 'Sorbus' book!
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If you wish to pursue this interest in Sorbus spp. then Ness Gardens (University of Liverpool Botanic Gardens) produce an informative booklet about their collection, 'more in cultivation than in any other garden', by H.A. McAllister, Ph.D. www.nessgardens.org.uk Regards
Thank-you! I also managed to see S. wilmottiana (the labelled specimen in The Gully) and S. cheddarensis at Cheddar Gorge
Well found and nice to see someone using our book which is what its meant for!
It was the photo of you, Tim, which led us to the right place!!
which is why it was there, but you still had to work hard! Did you notice my orange jumper - matches Sorbus bristoliensis berries in colour!
errrrr, didn't find bristoliensis.......!! Limited time and a non-botanising husband!! Leaves me more to find next time - in from the river level methinks!
ask me before you go and I'll direct you to easy to find ones!
Lat/Lng: 51.4615, -2.6334
OS grid ref: ST560738