Sitka mountain-ash Rosaceae Sorbus sitchensis
Leaf:Alternate, pinnately compound (7 to 11 leaflets), alternate, and deciduous. Leaflets are elliptical, 1 to 3 inches long and serrated except near their base; green and smooth above and paler green below.
Flower:Perfect, small white flowers borne in large, dense, flat-topped clusters.
Fruit:Small round pomes (1/4 to 1/2 inch diameter); red to orange.
Twig:Stout and with many spur shoots; olive drab when young but turning greenish brown with age; light colored lenticels
Bark:Thin and grayish- to brownish-green regardless of age.
Form:An erect shrub or small tree, to 25 feet.