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Sorbus alnifolia Sorbus alnifolia 

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This broadly conical deciduous tree has toothed, dark green leaves that turn yellow/orange/red in autumn. In spring, bears corymbs of small white flowers, followed in autumn by round red fruits. Height to 70 feet; spread 25 feet. 
Sorbus amurensis 'rufa' Sorbus amurensis 'rufa' 

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Deciduous tree to 8 meters tall with pinnate leaves that bears white spring flowers followed by abundant orange fruit which persists through winter. 20 foot height and spread. 
Sorbus commixta Sorbus commixta 

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This is an elegant small to medium sized deciduous tree that may be single or multi-trunked. The dark green pinnate leaves turn yellow to red to purple in autumn. White spring flowers are followed by bright orange-red berries. Height 30 feet; spread 22 feet. 
Sorbus decora Sorbus decora 

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Upright deciduous tree with dark blue-green pinnate leaves which turn orange-red in autumn. White flowers appear in spring, followed by bright red, round berries. Height 25 feet; spread 15 feet. 
Sorbus hupehensis Sorbus hupehensis 

  Syn. Sorbus glabrescens
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This columnar deciduous tree has pinnate blue-green leaves that turn red in the fall. Panicles of white flowers in spring are followed by white flushed pink berries. Height and spread 25 feet. 
Stewartia monadelpha Stewartia monadelpha 

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Columnar to conical deciduous tree with peeling, red-brown bark. This tree has lance-shaped glossy dark green leaves that turn orange and red in autumn. In midsummer, cup-shaped white flowers with creamy filaments and violet anthers are borne singly or in pairs. In gardens, this tree will reach 25... 
Stewartia ovata Stewartia ovata 

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This deciduous large shrub or small tree has flaking gray-orange bark and oval green leaves that turn orange, red or gold in fall. In midsummer, white camellia-like flowers with yellow stamens appear. Height 15 feet. 
Stewartia pseudocamellia Stewartia pseudocamellia 

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This columnar deciduous tree has peeling red-brown to gray bark. The ovate green leaves turn yellow, orange or red in fall. White camellia-like flowers with yellow stamens appear in mid-summer. Height to 70 feet; spread 25 feet in nature. In gardens, height typically about 30 feet. 
Stewartia rostrata Stewartia rostrata 

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Columnar to conical deciduous tree with pale gray bark. This tree has lance-shaped glossy dark green leaves that turn orange and red in autumn. In midsummer, cup-shaped white flowers with creamy filaments are borne singly or in pairs. Height 15-20 feet; spread 6-8 feet. 
Stewartia serrata Stewartia serrata 

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This lovely deciduous tree has dark green, serrated leaves and bears creamy-white, camellia-like flowers with yellow stamens in summer. The tree has attractive, cinnamon-brown exfoliating bark and purple-red fall foliage colour. Height and spread to 25 feet. 
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