imparipinnate, approx. 25 cm, 13 - 17 leaf segments, green
in umbels, Ø approx. 16 cm, white, May/June
orange-red, Ø 0.6 – 0.9 cm, very abundant
park and street tree
peaty soil, does not stand up to heavy clay or wet soils
Устойчивость к ветру:
the northeast of North America
In its natural habitat in the northeast of North America this species grows to become a small to medium-sized tree. It is a slow grower with a light-grey trunk and glossy reddish-brown twigs. This gives the tree a remarkable appearance in the winter. The imparipinnate leaves consist of 13 - 17 lanceolate leaflets that turn golden yellow in the autumn. The leaf edge is usually sharply serrated. The flowers are in umbels with a diameter of approx.
16 cm. The separate flowers are 0.5 – 0.7 cm in size and white. Orange-red berries follow in the autumn.
S. americana closely resembles S. aucuparia but is distinguished by the reddish-brown twigs and the somewhat narrower dark green leaves.