Sorbus Scopulina. Cascade Mountain-Ash.

Sorbus scopulina. Cascade mountain-ash. Sorbus scopulina, commonly known as the Cascade mountain-ash, is a captivating deciduous shrub or small tree indigenous to the mountainous regions of western North America. Boasting a graceful, erect stature that can reach heights of up to 20 feet, its slender branches are adorned with pinnate leaves that turn a resplendent […]

Ecological Restoration with Sorbus scopulina: Boosting Pacific Northwest’s Natural Landscape

Indigenous to the mountainous terrains of the Pacific Northwest, the Sorbus scopulina or Cascade mountain-ash offers more than just ornamental beauty. This robust deciduous shrub is an emblem of resilience and adaptability, vital for ecological rehabilitation. Particularly in areas demanding bankside and salmon habitat restoration, the Cascade mountain-ash is not merely a participant but a […]